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Dutch Restaurant Furnished Entirely From Upcycled Scrap Wood

Dutch Restaurant Furnished Entirely From Upcycled Scrap Wood
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Beautifully crafted furniture pieces created out of recycled materials.

Yi Chen
  • 9 august 2012

Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek has transformed an industrial space into a studio, gallery, shop, and restaurant. The space first opened its doors on 23 October, 2010, and attracts a flowing number of visitors each day. Not only is the food the great, but the open-space interior is a warm and welcoming retreat. The restaurant is decorated with handmade furniture that have been created using recycled scrap-wood.

Piet Hein Eek is known for his sustainable approach to woodworks. He has transformed scrap-wood into high-style designs, from chairs and stools, to large cabinets and tables.

Piet Hein Eek

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+netherlands
+Recycled
+restaurant
+Retail
+Sustainability
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