Sasufi Gives a Melbourne Patisserie an Elegant Upgrade with Reclaimed Wooden Doors

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Designer Sasufi has given a series of reclaimed wooden doors a new life as part of a stylish and green interior belonging to a cute patisserie located in Melbourne, Australia. The idea behind By Josephine’ s new look was to create a homage to the traditional nineteenth century French cafe while transforming discarded doors into modern interior paneling with clean lines. The reclaimed wood was first arranged in a patchwork formation, and Sasufi then painted them white to create a unified and contemporary design. Read the rest of Sasufi Gives a Melbourne Patisserie an Elegant Upgrade with Reclaimed Wooden Doors Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “sustainable architecture” , by josephine , discarded timber , eco design , green design , Reclaimed Materials , recycled timber , sasufi , sustanable architecture

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Designer Aaron Mickelson Shows How a Product Can Be Its Own ‘Disappearing Package’

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