These Designers Turn "Trash" Into Treasure
Ever heard of toilet stools?
(SPOT.ph) When interior designer Binggoy de Ocampo realized that the usual cause of Metro Manila flooding is "a lot of waste," he knew that he had to do something. So when he decided to open a furniture store, they used found objects and things that people don't want anymore as raw materials. This was how Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects Gallery, which he co-owns with collage artist Arlene Barbaza, was born.
Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects Gallery is at 10A Alabama Street, Quezon City. It is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit Resurrection Furniture's Facebook page.