- 2:11 pm - Mon, Jun 27, 2011
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Palletecture — pallets repurposed as building material
We’ve seen wooden pallets repurposed for many uses. Reuse as furniture and shelving seems to be more common than use for architectural applications — palletecture, as many of us like to call it — though we’ve seen a variety of examples of that.
Here’s another palletecture example (via Designwatcher) to add to the list:
Salvaged pallets help to filter light into bedding-maker Matteo’s outlet in Los Angeles. Inside the store, pallet wood lines the walls and is used as display fixtures. (Click on the photo above to see an interior shot of the store.)
What do you think? Are you a fan of the rustic look?