De Ceuvel will transform the formerly vacant industrial plot into an eco-haven for creative professionals.
The entire shed is comprised of recycled materials, from the patchwork windows to the corrugated siding.
Half-Glassed is a beautiful way to keep wine bottles out of the landfill.
Built as a portable bakery, the House is designed to allow people to experience the joys of collaborative making in a one of a kind space.
Carpets made from paper clips, plastic bottles, and disposable cutlery reflect on our consumer society and its wasteful culture.
Wanshang Dreamworld park near Shanghai will soon feature a 5D entertainment structure built entirely from upcycled materials and agricultural waste.
Over 5,000 plates, cups, bowls, and saucers were upcycled to create a huge tree in Belgium.
A Dutch design firm recycled not only the layout of their playground, but also the materials, from right inside the neighborhood.
Although you might not be able to duplicate the sound of the seagulls or recreate the crash of the waves, there are ways to add a little marine flair into your life as a landlubber.
Usually famous people hate being trashed, but it’s likely that if they see these pieces, they’ll make an exception.