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The Third Generation Furniture Project Recycles Unwanted Materials Into Quirky Modular Furniture
Posted By Y. Van On July 6, 2012 @ 4:40 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | 1 Comment
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!
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URLs in this post:
 Third Generation Furniture project: http://jasonfletcher.wix.com/thirdgenfurniture
 Jason Llyod Fletcher: http://www.jasonlloydfletcher.com/
 modern furniture: http://inhabitat.com/john-mengs-beautiful-lamps-are-made-with-upcycled-wine-bottles/
 recycling : http://inhabitat.com/l-e-fts-beguiling-birdhouse-is-made-from-2500-stray-bullets/
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