Gallery: TerraCycle Renovates Its New Jersey Offices With Quirky Upcycl...

Founded 10 years ago by two Princeton freshman, Tom Szaky and Jon Beyer, TerraCycle offices create opportunities for design and environmental students to combine forces to create innovative and beautiful products out of unrecyclable materials. Pictured
Founded 10 years ago by two Princeton freshman, Tom Szaky and Jon Beyer, TerraCycle offices create opportunities for design and environmental students to combine forces to create innovative and beautiful products out of unrecyclable materials. Pictured above: The Trenton, NJ offices consist of desks made from doors and stacked waste bins with vinyl record dividers that surround the two liter bottle conference rooms.

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  1. lmv March 6, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    we shouldn´t stimulate the use of non-recycle products … this is not cool at all … this is a way to legitimize the use of these substances instead of stimulating alternative, healthy products … not cool ….

  2. Andrew Reichold March 3, 2014 at 12:59 pm

    Part of their work on this project reminds me of a project I did as a senior as an undergrad 12 yrs ago where I designed an entire interior curved wall made out of a lego like water bottles that were currently on the market in Europe. The project took the idea of a repurposed commercial product a bit farther and greener by using it as a passive solar collector to help heat the building during the colder months. Sun shades operated to allow light in to heat the water stored in the wall. Controlled ventilation would help circulate the air throughout the entire structure. Take a look if anyone is interested. Pics 10-12 highlight the wall. http://in-between.us/architecture/water_tower_residence/