We are currently planning a redesign for our office space. We already know other people love to reuse and redesign as much as we do, otherwise those DIY shows wouldn’t be so damn prolific. That said, we decided to do something about our bottle situation since our building doesn’t offer glass recycling. After emerging from the time suck that is the Internet, we discovered the best way to cut a bottle. Turns out it is pretty simple. Physics are probably involved, although no one bothered to write out an equation. To provide a quick example of “greening up the place,” Daniel fetches a lovely bouquet of leaves from some bamboo patch near the office, while Helen feels overwhelmed because she did not expect to be in this segment the day it was shot. Either way, she manages to be coherent enough for you to get the gist.
Here are some ideas on what else can be done cut bottles and glass. Our office does need new tables, but jars for paperclips and pencils would be nice too. *Update: For anyone wanting to try their hand at any wine bottle projects, Urban Wineworks currently has used bottles available for $5/case.*