Gallery: Steven Holl’s Modern Art Museum is a Luminous Iceberg


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  1. tomfrazee May 12, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    A friend, Dan, and I brainstormed brick shaped plastic bottles, interlocking (tongue & groove), to reduce waste, offer free building blocks, reducing amount of space taken for storage of normal shaped soap, soda, etc., bottles, in addition to reducing brick production polution. Just fill them with the dirt under your feet. Talking the companies into switching to standard sized, interchangable bottles may be slow at the beginning, but, the others would fall ino step, out of goodheartedness, guilt and reason, like people are buying the green over black products..

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