Here is another dandy idea, a recycling piece which should serve additional options for folks who may want to enter the entrepreneurial or commercial binge. We have seen some of the many things that people can do to recycle old and discarded materials and now we find sheet piling recycled into exterior walls which bring a different kind of look.
Tony Hobba Architects made the sheet piling into something neat for the Third Wave Kiosk, providing reddish-brown tones which make account for the proper situation of the kiosk over at the coastal surroundings along the Murray River.
The 215-square-foot structure is both elegant and simple, and the irregular folded pattern in the façade that draws visual interest. Building the structure from recycled materials helped to cut down on the waste produced by the new kiosk where the small building is large enough to fit 1-3 employees at a time.