Furniture of wreckage.

July 22, 2010 at 2:36 pm Leave a comment

We’ve introduced you to furniture designed to minimize waste, a few projects made directly from waste, and some DIY furniture that you could make from your own waste.

Now the HOW blog has shown us that some designers, like Tomas Aracena and Nicolas Aracena (of LOSGOGO), are making furniture from wood that has survived natural disasters. LOSGOGO now has some beautiful pieces made from wood salvaged from the earthquake in Chile in February 2010, which reminds us of a similar, post-Katrina initiative in New Orleans called the Katrina Furniture Project.


Silla Diego by LOSGOGO

July 22′s daily design idea is great designs can be made from your own junk, the waste of others, and even the wreckage of natural disaster.

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