One person's trash is destined to be another person's treasure. At least this is what happens when a team of San Francisco architects, artists, contractors, engineers, and city officials are challenged to construct a building out of salvaged and recycled materials.
Constructed of previously discarded materials, ScrapHouse is full of resourceful ideas for reusing everyday materials in unconventional ways. Like conveyor belts and fire hoses as colorful textured walls, solid-core doors as economical flooring, phone books for acoustics, and old traffic lights reinvented into a chandelier. Learn more about ScrapHouse, here.