Cleveland Company Turns Demolished Buildings into Cubicles

Cleveland Company Turns Demolished Buildings into Cubicles

Tara Bellucci
Nov 2, 2012

Cleveland has 13,000 homes and buildings marked for demolition, leaving a lot of wood and debris. Daniel Cuffaro of Abeo Design is making something from it, creating high-end Hive workstations that use the refinished materials. The honeycomb structures are chic and dynamic without the old barn look.

In other news, check out a garage sale at the MoMA, and name your own price on a new electronics website. See the headlines after the jump.

Cubicles Made From The Detritus Of Demolished Buildings | Co.Design
I'll Take It! A Garage Sale at MoMA | T Magazine
Greentoe Lets You Set The Price You Want To Pay For Your Next Tech Gadget | Fast Company

(Image: via Co.Design)

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