Modern Architecture Jewelry Made from Actual Construction Scraps!

March 23, 2010 by  
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We’re big fans of green architecture and eco jewelry, but what about eco jewelry made from actual architecture scraps? Well that’s exactly what Los Angeles -based architecture firm Marmol Radziner (who we’ve fawned over for years for their gorgeous prefabs , and beautiful moderns homes ) just started creating! They’re saving scraps of actual building construction waste and turning them into clean, modern stunning jewelry for architecture buffs and treehuggers alike.

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Place of the Month

November 1, 2009 by  
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Union Square Greenmarket If you’ve ever been to a local outdoor market, you know why it’s something to talk about. Farmers bring their very best product and knowledge to the table, while wandering shoppers weave through music, visual art and new wisdom brought to them by the rest of their community. You not only can sample cheeses and jam, but you can ask questions about how cattle were treated or strike up a conversation with a honey selling honey.

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Product of the Month

November 1, 2009 by  
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Reusable Bags We know we talk your ears off about BYOB a whole lot – but as the entertaining season ramps up and you find yourself shopping a little more, bringing your own bag becomes even more important. Last November we featured some of our favorite reusable bags, listed below, and we’d like to introduce you to a new one

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