The Art of Recycling

The Art of Recycling

Feature 11100822 | © living4media / Grossmann.Schuerle | 8 images

One man’s rubbish is another’s treasure

Recycling is the buzzword of our times. Designers love to transform junk into desirable objects d’art. Those awful plastic chairs get a new life under elegant leather covers. Those drawers relegated to harbouring underwear and love letters get a new lease on life. Viva Recycling!

Feature No.: 11100822
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