reuse

Reviving the art of repair

It’s often cheaper and easier to throw products out than fix them, a reality Michelle Fisher and the Repair Café movement is trying to turn around, one broken mobile phone, record player or pair of shoes at a time.

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Sanctuary 34 out now

Sanctuary 34 is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of advice and inspiration for sustainable living and building.

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Sanctuary 33 out now

Sanctuary 33 is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of advice and inspiration for sustainable living and building.

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UPCYCLIST: Reclaimed and remade furniture lighting and interiors

Upcyclist is an online homage to reuse by design, founded in 2011 in the wake …

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Sanctuary 32 hitting the streets

Issue 32 of Sanctuary Green Home magazine is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of advice and inspiration for sustainable living and building.

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Relocated house

Relocating an original Brunswick cottage to historic Chewton allowed the perfect blend of old and new, and plenty of scope for creative reuse.

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Sanctuary 31 on its way

The winter edition of Sanctuary is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of advice and inspiration for sustainable living and building.

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Shopfront revival

Architect Chris Clinton’s adaptive reuse of a 1960s bootmakers cum take-away shop is much more than an exercise in recycling.

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