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Remaking Modernism

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Getting into the Groove Stew Design Workshop’s Strata chair, crafted from 38 unique pieces of laminated plywood and inspired by geologic formations in the American Southwest, $4,400 (stewdesignworkshop.com) Opposite page: Peonies painting by Stephen Courbois made from pieces of old wallpaper, price upon request (518-321-6517); Esque’s Water Drop jug, handmade from recycled glass and processed using wind power, $368 (branchhome.com) Chista’s Tamarin slice table by Alon Langotsky, $2,600 (chista.net)

Fiber Optics Steel Tongue chair with sustainable aluminum shell, by Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta, $1,800 (projectimportexport.com) recycled aluminum Bark candlesticks, two for $159 (vivaterra.com) FLOR Heartfelt recyclable modular tile, made of natural face fibers, wool and the African plant kenaf, $14.99 (interfaceflor.com) Opposite page: Fresh Fat bowl by Tom Dixon, woven with eco-friendly Provista plastic, $565 (propertyfurniture.com) cardboard BeeBoard desk by Piet Boon for Design Within Reach, $678 (dwr.com)

What’s Old Is New Scrapile table by Carlos Salgado and Bart Bettencourt, crafted with discarded wood scraps, $2,500 (vivavi.com) Cortiça chaise lounge by Daniel Michalik, handmade of reclaimed cork, $4,988 (branchhome.com) Lladró Re-Cyclos Sphere by CuldeSac, made with old porcelain ornaments, $1,900 (212-838-9771 or 310-385-0690). Opposite page: Longitude wool-and-viscose sustainable fabric, by Pollack (pollackassociates.com) Heath recyclable vegetable bowl in persimmon, $70 (heathceramics.com) Aero recycled or reclaimed teak-root bowls, small for $150 and large for $275 (212-966-4700)

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