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An eco modern home

Salvaged pieces get a clever, modern twist in the home of eco designer Adrian Draigo


Posted: 1 September 2011
by Junior


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“I’m just combining my creative thinking skills with my ‘make do’ thinking,” says Adrian. “I will often go to car boot sales and pick up bits of metal and things that I can’t even identify. Also, when I’m out and about, I stop and take a look in skips. Even when I’m walking with Rowan, I can’t help but take a look – he always wants to take a look too.” 

But while his finds may appear to be rubbish to the untrained eye, Adrian is quite particular about what they will become: “It is all about the marrying of a very futuristic, modern aesthetic with recycling principles. Everything needs to fit into that eco modern design aesthetic.”

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Posted: 06/02/2017 at 05:13

This looks the modern home. A home where this time of youth and young people live with their families. We need to change our home and life according to time. dog clipper

Posted: 03/08/2017 at 05:25

I do like modern home and thats why i will even take Wooden dog crate furniture but wire crates


Posted: 28/09/2017 at 16:45

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