French Designer Creates Objects from Agricultural Waste

Design News 02.28.13

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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

(Image: via Dwell)

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