Salvaged pieces get a clever, modern twist in the home of eco designer Adrian Draigo
“I previously worked with Greenpeace and have been very much into environmental issues throughout my life,” says Adrian. “It’s a strong part of my ethos. As I became interested in design, it was inevitable it would be on the green side. I find eco designs like those by Bill Dunster and his BedZed company (www.ruralzed.com), as well as initiatives such as the Eden Project very inspiring.”
But where can we, less 3D-animation savvy people, begin? “The trick is to find things that are quick and easy to do together,” Adrian suggests. “We all have short attention spans, so keep it simple.” He also recommends collecting anything that you get over a long period of time, as they can be used to make patterns of colour or shape.
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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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