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InsideOutHouse: Packwood Follies Repurposes Junk Furniture to Build a Creepy Cottage

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by Lori Zimmer last modified Jul 11, 2014


The National Trust’s historic Packwood House is home to three new upcycled art installations by artist Hilary Jack. Using found materials and discarded Tudor furniture, Packwood Follies turns garbage as a folkloric bed and cabin. The quirky cabin evokes




 

 

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The National Trust’s historic Packwood House is home to three new upcycled art installations by artist Hilary Jack. Using found materials and discarded Tudor furniture, Packwood Follies turns garbage as a folkloric bed and cabin. The quirky cabin evokes historical fairy tales while transmitting a valuable message about resource conservation.

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