Gallery: VIDEO: Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe Talks Reclaiming Design

 

In 2007, Inhabitat put together an event about recycling and reuse in design, called Reclaiming Design. This event at HauteGREEN in New York was a big success, thanks to the thought-provoking design and insightful discussion from Dwell Editor-in-Chief Sam Grawe and designers Carlos Salgado of Scrapile, Tejo Remy of Droog fame, and Matt Gagnon. Our conversation touched on a variety of issues surrounding the concepts and processes behind using reclaimed materials in different scales of design, and its implications for both environmental sustainability as well as more conceptual and cultural themes.

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  1. Inhabitat » REMY/... November 14, 2007 at 4:00 pm

    […] turns it into a great example of recycled design that your toes will love. Tejo Remy spoke at our Reclaiming Design event on the issues of reclaimed materials in design, and this is a shining example of turning […]

  2. Reclaiming Design &laqu... July 18, 2007 at 4:54 am

    […] have just published a video on ‘reclaiming design’: the act of using recycled, reused and reclaimed materials as part of the design process. the video […]

  3. Inhabitat » CUMUL... July 10, 2007 at 5:09 am

    […] to the themes we discussed in our recent Reclaiming Design panel, Steven sees existing objects as starting points for good design. He says, “I believe that […]

  4. itschubbwithans July 7, 2007 at 8:21 am

    this is a great video that explains exactly where inventors get there ideas,whether it is from basic design ideas or from human scraps. either way it shows how we can take our average waste and turn it into usable and profitable products. this post and video encourages us to go beyond our norm and create these products on our own and expand our normal way of thinking.

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