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"The magic of taking something old and reimagining it as something else creates a product with a soul. Just as a designer's passion makes something very very personal, using love to reinvent furniture." -- Wanted Design
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“If there is one account that represents what I have always been looking for -- it’s you! – I am in love with your creativity!"
"Not only are these pieces beautiful and functional, the eco-friendliness of the products allow me to feel like my purchases are connected to my values. The MEBL team is exceptional!!"
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"My dream is that sustainability is the driving force behind all design in 10 years. We are facing a climate crisis right now that will have a profound impact on our earth, weather, animals and communities," shares mebl's Chief Operating and Sustainability Officer, Mona Chun in her recent interview with ASPIRE Design and Home.
In August, mebl | Transforming Furniture interviewed Malene Barnett. In 2018, Malene founded the Black Artists + Designers Guild (BADG) to “combat the lack of representation of Black talent and culture in the design industry,” including furniture-making. A Brooklyn-based artist, Malene is an authority on cultural traditions of art in the African diaspora and how it translates into the modern black experience.
In this election season, mebl | Transforming Furniture is extending its platform into beds. Help elect your top candidates! What these beds all have in common is reclaimed wood and high-quality craftsmanship. Where they differ in design, style, comfort, functionality and origin of the reclaimed materials.
Furniture featured, top to bottom: 1) Tiger Table Stranger Furniture & Barrique Chairs Magnus Mewes, originally wine casks from California & Germany. 2) Upcycled Cabinet Rupert Blanchard & Kouri Table Hamed Ouattara, originally signs & plywood concrete forms from England, along with oil barrels from Burkina Faso. 3) Glow Chairs Kim Markel, originally defective eyeglasses from Circleville, NY. 4) Kasintahan Love Seat Benji Reyes, originally bridges & barges in The Philippines. 5) Kool-Aid Table Milwaukee Modern & Pele Chairs From The Source, originally floorboards & yardsticks from Wisconsin, along with oil barrels from Indonesia. 6) Chestnut St Console Iannone Design, originally Chestnut barn beams from New Jersey. 7) ReWreck Sideboard Iannone Design and Weldhouse, originally junkyard autos from Arizona. 8) Cahaya Chairs Zenporium, originally boatwood from South Asia. 9) Watt Watt Cabinet Hamed Ouattara, originally oil barrels from Burkina Faso, West Africa.