TAG: Repurposed materials

Inspired By The Rainbow, Intensified By Sound

Inspired By The Rainbow, Intensified By Sound

From the artist Kimsooja, To Breathe – A Mirror Woman, was an installation at the Crystal Palace in Madrid, Spain. Exhibited in 2006, the windows of the palace were completely covered in a translucent film that diffused light and created natural rainbow prisms. These were reflected from a mirror covered flooring that stretched throughout the space. In addition to the visual splendor, the artist also included background noise to provide a dimensional ambiance. The sound of her varied breathing patterns from her performance on a 2004 soundtrack called The Weaving Factory played through the expanse. The exhibit was designed by… read more

Recycled Interior Pieces Save Money And Resources

Recycled Interior Pieces Save Money And Resources

Designing interior spaces can quickly rack up a bill. Integrating a style into a room doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive, though it does take a good eye and some skill to recreate high end looks on a low end budget. Many professionals as well as do it yourselfers are turning to recycled and repurposed materials to cut down on expenses and environmental waste. The interior of this 1950’s era sunroom was redone with mostly recycled and renovated objects from garage sales, flea markets and Habitat for Humanity’s Re-Store. Midcentury Living Room This sitting area integrates vintage and repurposed items…. read more