Wednesday December 11, 2019

The gathering: an object lesson in creating a unique home

19th May, 2019
Industrial priest’s house, Mecklenburg, Germany

Is this the dernier cri in sustainable living: to make use of the beauty that lies around us, but that we often overlook?

The photographer Joanna Maclennan and writer Oliver Maclennan have travelled the world finding homes that make inspiring use of found objects – be it a wizened stick, a rickety stool or a weathered wooden slat. The result is The Foraged Home, an ode to eco interiors at their most raw and appealing.


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