Greg Lynn’s Recycled Toy Furniture

Greg Lynn’s Recycled Toy Furniture
Dan Gould
  • 24 september 2008

Architect Greg Lynn, a pioneer of blobby organic shaped structures, has won the Venice Architecture Biennale’s golden lion award for best installation project. His choice of materials is quite interesting though – all the furniture is made of recycled children’s toys. Lynn’s pieces include four different tables, a bench, storage wall, coat rack and cylindrical shoe rack. What a great way to reuse something that would most likely end up in a landfill, or waste away in a second hand store.

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