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'Memorabilia' Showcases Unique Eco-Designs within a Gorgeous Medieval Monastery at Liege's Reciprocity Biennale

by , 10/18/12

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

“Becco” by Björn Kwap is a cute locally-sourced beech clothespin that combines simple eco-friendly aesthetics and functionality. The clothespins easy to handle and leave no impressions on clothing.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Local designer Caroline Andrin pays homage to her belated mother through “MFA vase”, which she cast from her mother’s gardening gloves in ceramic and decorated with (now bankrupted) classic Royal Boch patterns.

Memorabilia, Liege Design Biennale, Reciprocity, Belgium, Musée de la Vie Wallone, Kaspar Hamacher, Matylda Krzykowski, Giovanna Massoni, Emile De Visscher, En & Is, Raphaël Charles, Maya Ben David, Eugenia Morpurgo, Lee Sanghyeok, Björn Kwap, Caroline Andrin, Maak, Sofie Boons, Andres Fabian, Studio Daniel, charcoal, craft, lamp, eco-design, restored monastery, Art, Architecture, social design, Green Products, Recycled Materials, DIY, humanitarian design, Green renovation, Green Lighting, green furniture,

Maak’s “Duo” is an oak/MDF/lacquer hybrid that celebrates the contrast between a vintage wooden drawer and a sleek modern design piece.

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