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Would You Swim in a Dumpster Pool?

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On September 3, 2010 @ 10:30 am In New York City,Recycled Materials | 2 Comments

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Adaptive reuse is all about starting with an object and transforming it into something new and useful through the power of smart design. Case in point: these old dumpsters turned into swimming pools [1]! Talk about trash to treasure. Read more about the story behind this example of turning trash into treasure (literally) and comment here [1] if you can think of any other examples of intelligent adaptive reuse.

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[1] these old dumpsters turned into swimming pools: http://www.h2ovisions.com/smart-design/dumpster-pools-an-excellent-example-of-cool-adaptive-reuse/

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