Italian architect Alessandro Capellaro proves that reuse can be stylish with his Florence apartment. The space was originally a carpentry workshop, but Capellaro gave it a facelift by removing the walls and designing it to accomodate his 300+ wooden crates (more specifically, vintage ballot boxes) purchased at a local flea market. Boxes became storage, a coffee table, a platform for his bed, couch, desk, even walls.

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