Reuse & Recycling

 

Reuse & Recycling

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    Solar Enclosure for Water Reuse

    Designers: Center for Architecture Science and Ecology

     
  • Fireclay Tile Crush

    To make Crush, a 100-percent recycled glass tile, Fireclay collects raw waste glass from within 20 miles of the company’s San Jose, Calif., facility, and then crushes and processes that glass into new tile.

     
  • Pallas Textiles Science Matters

    Science Matters, designed by San Francisco-based designer Laura Guido Clark, draws inspiration from the juxtaposition between the geometry and linearity of biological structures in contrast to organic variations.

     
  • The Arthouse at the Jones Center.

    Keep Austin Adaptive

    LTL's Arthouse at the Jones Center exemplifies the best in adaptive reuse, but at what cost?

     
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    Milliken Contract Southern Analog

    Southern Analog, a modular carpet collection from Milliken Contract, is produced in carbon-negative facilities and its yarn has 65 percent post-industrial recycled content.

     
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    Marazzi Archaeology

    Archaeology by Marazzi is a glazed porcelain tile with a travertine look and 21 percent pre-consumer recycled content.

     
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    3form LineUp

    LineUp, a striped pattern in the 100 Percent collection from 3form, offers architectural panels made from high-denisty polyethylene recycled bottles.

     
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    Ecologically Inspired

    Mimicking tidal flows, Living Machines offer energy-efficient systems to treat and reuse wastewater on site.

     
  • Ecore Launches Redeux Material Take Back Program

    Old and remnant recycled rubber and cork products from Ecore will be eligible for reclamation and reuse.

     
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    Du Verre The Hardward Co. Offset Collection

    Cabinet hardware made with recycled aluminum.

     
 
 
 

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