“Building things from scrap and used materials is a whole different process than purchasing new hardware and dimensional lumber,” said Hamilton. “The people from our community who built The Refindery are flexible, creative, team players who saw the vision and made it real.”
CARTM and The Refindery are now open memorial day through labor day: Thursday – Monday, 10 am – 4 pm, labor day through memorial day: Thursday – Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm, closed days: Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Fourth of July and are located at 34995 Necarney City Road in Manzanita. CARTM offers a unique trio of services: recycling (over 40 items for free), transfer station (trash) and resale store—The Refindery. CARTM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported by donations from the community. – See more at: http://www.cartm.org/cartm-opens-the-refindery-store/#sthash.nN1fLW15.dpuf
We posted about this once already – but this tour is so worth another visit!
Brian Schulz wanted to see “how small of a house I could make feel big”. Inspired by the traditional Japanese minka homes that rely on local materials and steeply sloped roofs to create affordable, open structures, Schulz created a home using materials salvaged or sourced from within 10 miles of his home.