Erick Vickstrom, research analyst for BCC Research, said increased demand across the sector will “provide an opportunity for both existing players and new entrants into the green building materials market.”
For their research, BCC defined “green materials” as those having at least one of these characteristics:
Made from salvaged, recycled, or agricultural waste content
Manufactured with efficient, environmentally friendly processes
Made from rapidly renewable resources
Beneficial to the interior built environment
Recyclable at the end of their useful life
via Market for Green Building Materials Set to Soar.
The seats are available in reclaimed oak, which is sourced from old barns in Pennsylvania, an eco-friendly concrete consisting of 50% recycled glass bottles, as well as recycled plastic, cork and aluminium in a matt or mirror finish.
via Movie: Oki Sato of Nendo on SU stool for Emeco | design | Dezeen.
Well now, a new favorite in town! TRexGraphix is our kind of salvage beast!
Plastic bucket from local bakery – $1
1 Empty soup can – Free
1 Eight inch scrap metal tube –Free
2 Plastic paper roll end caps from sign shop – Free
1 9 x 12 wood board 1 ½ thick – Free
1 Counter top board – Free from estate sale
1 Bag CHENG Outdoor Pro Formula Mix Charcoal color – $30
1 Bag Volcano rock – Free leftover from gas fireplace insert
2 Bags (120 lbs) of concrete mix – $8
20 Drywall screws
1 Roll Duct Tape
1 Gallon of water
via Concrete Tiki Rocket Stove.
Recycled Stones is exactly what it sounds like – objects created by recycling stone residue. While we often hear of reclaimed wood furniture, Ghigos Studio took it a step further and gave life to discarded stone.
via Recycled Stone Objects Designed by Ghigos – Design Milk.