Mar 5, 2009

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APOC is continuously testing and retesting its products for durability, desirability and usefulness. Looking forward to better weather up ahead, one of our designers - PJ designed and produced a set of outdoor furniture. The tables he created all go well with these two styles of chairs.

Deck Chair
We call it a deck chair, but it can be put anywhere around the house!

Outdoor Chair
This outside chair is also made of entirely reclaimed materials!

Each of the chairs has a version with arms.

Custom Installation

This is the VOCON installation, finished. The materials for the wall piece and table were recovered during the renovation of their space. In a full circle, the wood was rescued, and then upcycled back into the space!

3 comments:

  1. The Vocon installation looks great!

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  2. Love the blog. Finally got a chance to check it out!

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  3. Hi guys,
    I love your work, so keep it up. I found this article and thought of you: http://greenopolis.com/goblog/litegreen/lite-green-you-ll-never-believe-this-is-a-whiskey-barrel-and-some-old-truck-springs

    Also, I was thinking about how you can get the city to pay you to deconstruct more houses, and the only thing that makes sense is to offer more competitive prices. The city obviously wants to use you, because it wants to be more sustainable, but it can't afford to pay what it doesn't have available.

    Also, offering lower prices in general might help increase your sales (I know I would buy your stuff if I could afford it). Then, you would have more materials because the city could afford to hire you, you would have more product sales, and you can keep your custom jobs expensive. With increased sales, you wouldn't have to rely as heavily on custom jobs, which would give you more freedom to do whatever it is you want to do with all that re-purposed material.

    Just an idea,
    Marianne Eppig
    RenovatingtheRustBelt.wordpress.com

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