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Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio Is Built From Waste Materials

Grey Griffiths Architects has transformed waste materials into nice modern, small cabin, Potting Shed. The brief was to design multi-use garden studio for a keen gardener and a ceramicist. It’s a nice project that demonstrates to anyone how inventive architecture and resourcefulness can result to highly functional design especially to those with a tight budget. This little shed uses salvaged materials to fit the ethos of a maker’s studio, it also stretches the possibilities of a modest budget.

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

One of important factors for the client is that this studio shouldn’t be constrained by workshop typology, it should be able to use as an office and snug. The design should be able to create a warm and inviting space. Located on a residential street adjacent to Blackhorse Lane, this place has both a strong sense of community as well as rich industrial heritage. These characteristics are strongly displayed through studio’s front elevation that emulates architectural style of nearby factories along with its clean lines, matte black finish, and a low-rise pitched roof. Potting Shed project stands in the garden that houses mature apple trees.

Asking the architects to design a low-cost project might seem extravagant, but the company has carefully and cleverly chosen the right materials and taken advices that have resulted in environmentally friendly modern studio.

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

Potting Shed Multi-Use Garden Studio by Grey Griffiths Architects

From : Grey Griffiths Architects
Photography: Adam Scott



Billboard Bags By Artecnica

Billboard posters are generally disposed of to landfills when a certain advertisement is already over, and literally, it adds up to the thousand piles of landfills we already have at present. To avoid this thing from continuously happening, American design brand Artecnica introduced to the public a stylish and hip bag made of discarded billboard posters. The bags are simply cut to make it able to lie flat when not in use, and expand and stretched easily into a shoulder bag if needed to hold various objects. This bag not only provides comfort to everybody in a stylish way but also it does dramatically help save the environment by keeping the landfills from growing.

Stylish Billboard Bag

Stylish Billboard Bag

Stylish Billboard Bag

Stylish Billboard Bag

Stylish Billboard Bag

Stylish Billboard Bag

Source: Artecnica via Dezeen



Let The Green Power be In Your Hands with HYmini

Solar powered device are now spreading worldwide. You can see various solar-powered devices today, and one of them right now is the HYmini. A handheld universal charger will collect renewable wind power, solar power and the conventional wall plug power in order to recharge almost all of your digital gadgets that have a 5V power. HYmini works like a hybrid car because it stores energy from various sources like the conventional wall plug, renewable DC input,, wind, and sun. The energy it collected are stored in its internal battery and can be used to recharge you gadgets like your mobile phone, MP3 player, iPod, PDA, digital camera and other 5V devices.

HYmini

HYmini

HYmini

HYmini

HYmini

Source: HYmini



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