Designer Upcycles Circuits And Motherboards Into Bar Furnishings

Designer Upcycles Circuits And Motherboards Into Bar Furnishings

Architect constructs a functional map of Melbourne using old electronic components.

Naresh Kumar
  • 28 july 2010

As part of this year’s State of Design Festival in Australia, an exhibition called Raising the Bar was held that challenged architects to use recycled materials to design components for a working bar. One of the architects who took part in the exhibition was Mark McQuilten of Architectus. Mark used old circuit boards and motherboards and transformed them into a map of Melbourne.

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