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Radiator Lounge: A Crazy Chair Made From A Recycled Radiator!
Posted By CNC Music Factory On September 25, 2012 @ 5:01 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Green Home decor,Green Products,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments
The Radiator Lounge  is a crazy chaise made from recycled radiators that recently won the jury award and people’s choice award at the Seattle Design Jam  during the Seattle Design Festival . The project challenge was to create urban furniture from a sheet of plywood, 4 2x4s, a drop-cloth, and one item from the Seattle used building supply store ReStore . This one wild card drove the design, and of course the team chose the heaviest and ugliest thing they could find. The radiator offered a consistent module and gave the team an opportunity to sculpt its pieces into a lounge chair which “isn’t as uncomfortable as it looks”. Take a look at what critics have regarded as “arguably the most important reuse of cast iron radiator modules in the past couple of months” by clicking through the photos below.
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Lead photo by Joe Wolf 
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 Radiator Lounge: http://www.radiatorlounge.com/
 Seattle Design Jam: http://seattledesignjam.com/
 Seattle Design Festival: http://seattledesignfestival.org/
 ReStore: http://www.re-store.org/index.php
 Joe Wolf: http://www.flickr.com/photos/joebehr/8013742454/
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