Second Editions Furniture Collection by Jim Rosenau, Recycling Paper and Wood
Second Editions furniture collection that include home furnishings, shelves, home decorations and coffee tables, made of small and large old books and reclaimed wood is a creative way of showing love of nature. Unique furniture design ideas are the reflection and artistic interpretation of the desire to protect forests and save the environment.
Meaningful furniture design by Jim Roseau reminds people that books are made of trees. His unique furniture collection is inspired by the nature and communicate the deep respect for natural materials, like paper and wood, recycling, protecting the environment and eco friendly ideas.
Modern furniture collection is functional, unusual and very decorative. Unique furniture pieces, that are made of recycled natural materials, old books and reclaimed wood, are perfect decor items for eco homes.
Designer furniture made of recycled books and reclaimed wood
Before creating these amazing furniture items, the books are cured to ensure consistent moisture content and eliminate potential shrinkage. Then the books are processed in an environmentally sound manner to ensure uniform working properties and unsurpassed durability of unique furniture pieces.
His modern furniture design ideas are about recycling paper and wood, and the combination of precise control over every step of fabrication with the use of advanced tooling that separates a Second Editions furniture pieces from mass-produced knock-offs.
Jim Rosenau, www.thisintothat.com/was raised in a house with over 5,000 books. He has been a carpenter, comedy writer, planning commissioner, vocational instructor, editor, software designer and co-creator of the world’s largest parking meter. Now he creates unique furniture of natural materials, wood and books, recycling paper and using reclaimed wood for modern furniture which he is proud of.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 03.06.2012
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