A LIFECYCLE BUILDING CENTER (LBC) is a community-based warehouse facility which assists the general public by identifying and implementing best practice green building-related concepts. The LBC addresses all lifecycle phases of the built environment – planning, design, construction, use, adaptation, renovation and demolition. The heart of the LBC concept is the creation of a large-scale used building material facility that sells collected material to the general public in lieu of disposal.
Two weeks ago I went to the new location for Grindhouse Killer Burgers. The burgers were delicious, of course... as were the reuse elements of the new space. In fact, it makes this post the perfect marriage of the last two.
The bar at Grindhouse Killer Burgers NEW location
My favorite reuse element at the new location is the bar made out of old dumpsters. Wouldn't it be great if the reuse movement gained so much ground that the dumpster became obsolete? How would you reuse the dumpster? Here are some of my favorite ideas: