Emergent Structures challenges furniture design students to transform waste into striking work desks

July 13, 2015 by  
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Jobs needed one. Gates needed one. Even Alexander Graham Bell needed one. Without a table to work on, there’s not an entrepreneur in history who could’ve gotten their ideas off the ground (bad pun intended). So, when Savannah-based non-profit Emergent Structures focused its innovative waste repurposing mission on supporting local entrepreneurs, making tables for Savannah’s newest entrepreneurial space made a lot of sense. Emergent Structures partnered with The Creative Coast to provide locally sourced and fabricated office tables for their 16,000 sq ft entrepreneurial center, the Creator’s Foundry . Read the rest of Emergent Structures challenges furniture design students to transform waste into striking work desks Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Creative Coast , Emergent Structures , non profit , reader submission , recycled furniture , Recycled Materials , recycling , repurposed furniture , reuse , Savannah College of Art and Design

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Emergent Structures challenges furniture design students to transform waste into striking work desks

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