Sire frames by Aekae and Swisshorn
Designed by Zurich studio Aekae and manufactured by Swisshorn, the frames are made by hand from thin laminated layers of horn.
This mighty animal is South-East Asia’s most common livestock and can grow horns up to two meters in length. And once a water buffalo has deceased its horns can be used in creating long lasting products.
iPhone 4 Cradle Reclaimed Wood iPhone Charger w/o by iCreateWorx
Each cradle is handcrafted from reclaimed Brazilian Hardwood, and each has it’s own unique look. This cradle will fit your iPhone 4 as well as 3G and 3GS. It is designed to charge and sync while your case is on the phone. An added benefit to the cradle design is increased sound.
Burn your tv by Davy Grosemans
For tens of thousands of years, mankind relied on the power and energy of the open fire for protection, warmth and food preparation.
No matter how many channels there where on, TV could not give us what we were looking for. Something drew us back to that fire, to the time when we gathered in the outdoor, told stories and stared into the fire.
Let’s all go back outside again, put on that fire, enjoy real life with a cool beer and a steak on the grill and look at the flames, rather than watching that mind-numbing TV-show!
Reclaimed cedar chicken coops
These sporty chicken coops are made from recycled cedar with durable metal or fiberglass roof panel and an extra large side access door for cleaning. The entire coop is made to be mobile. It moves around the yard to give the chickens fresh ground for scratching and allows for you yard to re’cooperate’. The mobile segments can be added together to create a run as long as your space allows.
Tabouret by Renaud Dancie
Renaud Dancie, a french creator is hand-making these classy stools and other home decors with reclaimed wood from the french “Landes” forest.
City Bee House by Denizen Works
A guerrilla bee housemade of leftover lumber. It’s part of a recent “Forgotten Spaces” exhibition that focused on innovative ways to reclaim overlooked locations, such as abandoned parking lots and unused pockets of land.