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TEJO REMY’S PLAYGROUND FENCES
Posted By Emily Pilloton On June 13, 2007 @ 11:27 am In green furniture,Landscape Architecture,Modern Kids,New York City,NYDesignWeek2007 | 15 Comments
One of the highlights of our recent Reclaiming Design  events in New York was Dutch designer Tejo Remy’s  presentation. As expected, the Dutch designer spoke about his well known chest of drawers, rag chair, and milk bottle lamp  – but he also talked about a few lesser-known projects that wowed us with their playfulness and ingenuity. In particular, his re-interpreted playground fence (shown above) was a real crowd pleaser, and provided an interesting take on “reclaimed” or “recycled” design in which the reuse brought a new interpretation to a vernacular form (the materials may not have been reused, but the language and application was certainly reused and re-invented).
Tejo has told us that he’s looking for some public commissions for this type of work, so if you like this idea as much as we do – please get in touch with your city government and put the word out. Who knows…. maybe we can get some of this innovative Dutch design state-side and engage our kids with awesome and inviting public playground fences. Any takers in NY City Hall?
+ Tejo Remy 
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 Reclaiming Design: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/05/20/reclaiming-design-panel-this-sunday/
 Tejo Remy’s: http://www.inhabitat.com/2007/05/10/tejo-remy-iconic-dutch-designer/
 + Tejo Remy: http://www.remyveenhuizen.nl/
 + Tejo Remy Leaf Furniture: http://www.inhabitat.com/2006/11/14/leaf-furniture-by-tejo-remy/
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