- 3:47 pm - Fri, Mar 25, 2011
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Another great project that includes repurposed traffic signs, among other items, is described in Dwell magazine’s “Signs of the Times” story:
In Berkeley, California, the Dwight Way — a mixed-use urban-infill project designed, built, and developed by Leger Wanaselja Architecture — features “a fence made from street signs, awnings crafted from hatchback windows, traffic-sign siding, and a gate fashioned out of Volvo station wagon doors.” And that’s just on the building’s exterior! Check out Sam Grawe’s full story, including information about the project’s interior, and Dwell’s slideshow. (Photo by Randi Berez)
See also: Earlier Unconsumption posts featuring items made from repurposed road signs (table and chairs; fence) and traffic lights (chair; pendant lights).