Talk about making the most of what you already have: David Steiner created In House, this collection of tableware, using only materials he already had, and manufacturing them with household appliances. The bowls were spun in a washing machine and the silverware was cast in cereal boxes after being melted on the stove.
In other news, a Florida man builds himself an actual castle, and Microsoft buys Nokia's phone division. See the headlines after the jump.
• Who Needs A 3-D Printer? This Dining Set Was Manufactured By Home Appliances | Co.Design
• Howard Solomon, Artist, Built A Castle In Florida Complete With A Moat And Dungeon | HuffPost Home
• Microsoft to Buy Nokia’s Devices Unit for $7.2 Billion | Bloomberg
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