Architecture Recycle

Green Renovation By Mork-Ulnes Design

Renovating a house is obviously a greener act as compared to crashing an old one and building a new one. People from Mork-Ulnes Design has joined all the other designers and architects in the world in keeping the environment clean by renovating old structures. Using the salvaged materials reclaimed for the building, Mork-Ulness Design has successfully renovated the historic Victorian. The historic building was built in Cole Valley of San Francisco in 1896. In renovating the house, Mork-Ulnes Design used recycled denim insulation within the walls; no-voc finishes and uses the service of local cabinetmakers. The result is overwhelming enough as the house has a historic look with a modern furniture.

Victorian Renovation

Victorian Renovation

Victorian Renovation

Source: Mork-Ulnes Design via Inhabitat


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