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by Aaron Britt last modified Jan 13, 2011

by Aaron Britt One of my favorite feature stories of all time is in the February 2011 issue of Dwell. It's about the Brussels–based furniture designer Christiane Högner who makes all manner of smart, clever, winsome products out of industrial castoffs, furniture she finds on the street, and objects as disparate as her father's dress shirts to heaps of old sandbags. Her recycled design approach is quite inspiring, so I asked her a few questions about her process, and how we the laity might crib a few of her ideas.




 

 

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by Aaron Britt

One of my favorite feature stories of all time is in the February 2011 issue of Dwell. It's about the Brussels–based furniture designer Christiane Högner who makes all manner of smart, clever, winsome products out of industrial castoffs, furniture she finds on the street, and objects as disparate as her father's dress shirts to heaps of old sandbags. Her recycled design approach is quite inspiring, so I asked her a few questions about her process, and how we the laity might crib a few of her ideas.

 

 

 
 
 

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