The Ready-made in Design Project is a Handyman's Dream

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Oct 3, 2012 • References:
With the idea in mind that anybody can replicate these designs using items found in their garage, the Ready-made in Design project by Max Kuwertz and Yanik Balzer is approachable and easy to relate to.

If you are an everyday handy man who would prefer to fix something up using your trusty tools and bare hands rather than purchasing a brand new one, this project will appeal to you. Using common place items such as axes, toolboxes, shovels and planks of wood, you can easily recreate similar designs. This concept goes against the commercial consumerism most furniture design tends to promote, inspiring a do it yourself attitude that many people appreciate.

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