Quirky Adaptive Reuse: Bench Crafted From Driftwood & Lobster Pots

lobster-pot-bench-low-newton (Images by Urban Ghosts)

Behind the sand dunes of St Mary’s Bay near the small fishing village of Low Newton by the Sea, Northumberland, nestles this small bench, crafted from drift wood and old lobster pots. A quirky example of adaptive reuse, the bench reflects a variety of functional objects crafted from a combination of reclaimed man-made and natural objects in the area.


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