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Wooood is an italian design studio and a joinery working only with wood cuttings.

For the sake of green design, we collect here some fine works of people who love recycling, upcycling or just make intensive use of materials, like us.
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  1. 
Bullet Bottle Opener
“Short of opening a bottle with your teeth, we can’t think of a more manly way to crack a cold one than with a demilitarized .50 caliber bullet casing…which is exactly what this is. Made in the good ole US of A out of military grade ammunition by Bullets2Bandages, this bottle opener is probably the only way most of us are ever going to handle a fist-sized .50 cal round, but we’re ok with that.”
via  who killed bambi?

    Bullet Bottle Opener

    “Short of opening a bottle with your teeth, we can’t think of a more manly way to crack a cold one than with a demilitarized .50 caliber bullet casing…which is exactly what this is. Made in the good ole US of A out of military grade ammunition by Bullets2Bandages, this bottle opener is probably the only way most of us are ever going to handle a fist-sized .50 cal round, but we’re ok with that.”

    via  who killed bambi?

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Bottle opener by Reclaimed Cleveland
Reclaimed Cleveland is a retail and custom furnishings company which re-purposes local materials that would otherwise be bound for disposal.  

Bottle opener by Reclaimed Cleveland
Reclaimed Cleveland is a retail and custom furnishings company which re-purposes local materials that would otherwise be bound for disposal. 
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    Bottle opener by Reclaimed Cleveland

    Reclaimed Cleveland is a retail and custom furnishings company which re-purposes local materials that would otherwise be bound for disposal. 

  3. hot water bottle bag by abteil  hot water bottle bag by abteil 
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    hot water bottle bag by abteil 

  4. kasse by recycline
recycled pet bottle money box
in sputnik memorial
via noquedanblogs.com

    kasse by recycline

    recycled pet bottle money box

    in sputnik memorial

    via noquedanblogs.com

  5. Unconsumption: Gorgeous Garden Wall Made From Recycled Bottles

    Photo Credit: Natalie Seaver

    garden wall made of recycled bottles in Silverlake

    via storagegeek

  6. Cyan Pitcher ShortHand made from a discarded Bordeaux wine bottle 
via Bambeco

    Cyan Pitcher Short
    Hand made from a discarded Bordeaux wine bottle 

    via Bambeco

  7. Collanello by Giovanni Scafuro
rings made with glass bottlenecks Collanello by Giovanni Scafuro
rings made with glass bottlenecks
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    Collanello by Giovanni Scafuro

    rings made with glass bottlenecks

  8. Business card holder made from an upcycled beer bottle. 
for sale on Hipcycle Business card holder made from an upcycled beer bottle. 
for sale on Hipcycle
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    Business card holder made from an upcycled beer bottle.

    for sale on Hipcycle

  9. Tableware: tranSglass / Studio Tord Boontje
Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje 1997  •  Artecnica 2005
The idea behind our tranSglass label is to use what we have. We developed this range from recycled bottles using the relatively simple machines we have in our workshop.
The first pieces for tranSglass were designed in 1997 and were originally produced by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden in their London studio. Since 2005 tranSglass is produced in Guatemala City in a newly created workshop where young people learn the skills of glass making and many of whom have become experts in cutting and polishing. Tableware: tranSglass / Studio Tord Boontje
Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje 1997  •  Artecnica 2005
The idea behind our tranSglass label is to use what we have. We developed this range from recycled bottles using the relatively simple machines we have in our workshop.
The first pieces for tranSglass were designed in 1997 and were originally produced by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden in their London studio. Since 2005 tranSglass is produced in Guatemala City in a newly created workshop where young people learn the skills of glass making and many of whom have become experts in cutting and polishing.
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    Tableware: tranSglass / Studio Tord Boontje

    Emma Woffenden and Tord Boontje 1997  •  Artecnica 2005

    The idea behind our tranSglass label is to use what we have. We developed this range from recycled bottles using the relatively simple machines we have in our workshop.

    The first pieces for tranSglass were designed in 1997 and were originally produced by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden in their London studio. Since 2005 tranSglass is produced in Guatemala City in a newly created workshop where young people learn the skills of glass making and many of whom have become experts in cutting and polishing.