Raising the Bar For Recycling: Architect Designs Cool Stools From Wood Offcuts

Trolling the bar scene at Melbourne's Raising the Bar, we find the Offcut Stools by Edwards Moore Architects. They are part of an exhibition of works made from "hard rubbish finds, found objects or the reuse of existing materials" displayed at a working bar.

The designer writes:

As part of the State of Design festival 2010 we designed & made some bar seats using reclaimed material for a working licensed bar. The main material is sourced from timber off-cuts. The tops are finished with linseed oil putty and wax.

More photos at Roger Allen, from Edwards Moore Architects, who are doing very interesting stuff.

Also at Raising the Bar:
Raising the Bar for Recycling: Architect Repurposes Old Electronics

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