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Rethinking Waste in a Reclaimed Space

by Preston Koerner last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:09 AM
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by Preston Koerner last modified Nov 02, 2010

Austin-based Reclaimed Space built this modular prefab with roughly 80% reclaimed materials and presented it at Dwell on Design 2010. With interior design by Zem Joaquin, founder of Ecofabulous, the 400-square-foot home has Electrolux appliances, a vertical living wall from Fyto Wall, CaesarStone countertops, Mythic zero-VOC paints, Solatube daylighting, LED lighting, and Caroma water-efficient bathroom fixtures. If you didn't get a chance to see it, watch this five-part video series embedded below: From Deconstruction to Design: Part 1 From Deconstruction...




 

 

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Austin-based Reclaimed Space built this modular prefab with roughly 80% reclaimed materials and presented it at Dwell on Design 2010.  With interior design by Zem Joaquin, founder of Ecofabulous, the 400-square-foot home has Electrolux appliances, a vertical living wall from Fyto Wall, CaesarStone countertops, Mythic zero-VOC paints, Solatube daylighting, LED lighting, and Caroma water-efficient bathroom fixtures.  If you didn't get a chance to see it, watch this five-part video series embedded below:

From Deconstruction to Design: Part 1

 

From Deconstruction to Design: Part 2

 

From Deconstruction to Design: Part 3

 

From Deconstruction to Design: Part 4

 

From Deconstruction to Design: Part 5

[+] More info on Reclaimed Space and Ecofabulous.

Credits: Sara Beugen/Stephen Mabry, Shoot My Events.


 

 

 
 
 

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