Gallery: The Third Generation Furniture Project Recycles Unwanted Mater...

 

The Third Generation Furniture project  by Jason Llyod Fletcher uses the industrial process of modularization to turn waste and unwanted materials into functional components for new and modern furniture. Each piece in the collection is designed or refurbished with standardized connective parts designed by Fletcher himself. Whether a chair or a lamp, every object in the collection can be broken down and rebuilt anew. This innovative project seeks to promote the re-use and recycling of consumer goods in a fun, creative and quirky way!

+ Jason Llyod Fletcher 

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  1. Vaugh Sean July 16, 2012 at 6:15 am

    every object in the collection can be broken down and rebuilt a new. Each piece in the collection is designed or refurbished with standardized connective parts.

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