Artisan Furniture Made From Pieces of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge

April 5, 2012 by  
Filed under Business, Eco, Green, Recycle

The Golden Gate Bridge is a vital 1.7 mile transportation link that serves 40 million vehicles a year. Now, thanks to Richard Bulan, this 75-year-old  pedestrian-friendly feat of engineering could become a monumental addition to your home decor. Bulan founded the Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company in 1996, after having purchased 2,557 feet of weathered railing from the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District. He has been designing and crafting limited edition artisan steel furniture from the iconographic San Francisco landmark ever since. Read the rest of Artisan Furniture Made From Pieces of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “golden gate furniture company” , “green furniture” , Custom Furniture , custom made , Desk Lamp , eco-art , golden gate bridge , green business , green design , kitchen table , Recycled Materials , repurposed , richard bulan , San Francisco , sf made , side table , steel furniture

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