French designer Giles Belley's latest line is the Organic Factory, a selection of objects for the home made from organic compounds garnered from agricultural waste. Planters and fragrance diffusers are designed to partially biodegrade, creating a dynamic element to the design.
In other news, check out photos of Hong Kong's cubicle apartments, and the New York Times analyzes the couch. See the headlines after the jump.
• Organic Factory by Giles Belley | Dwell
• Claustrophobic Hong Kong “Cubicle Apartments” Seen From Above | Architizer
• Analyzing the Couch | The New York Times
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