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A Bali house built with recycled materials – an art activist shows how to create a ‘zero waste’ home

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she places recycling at the heart of her work and home. It was Klauss’ background in fashion that set her on the road to eco-consciousness.
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Living room entrance The carved wooden panels were sculpted by Made Budiasa, in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
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Living room The roof, pillars and carved wall panels in the open-sided living space were recycled from a 150-year-old traditional Javanese house
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Kitchen Delsaut constructed the kitchen counters and storage from polished concrete, while the windows and shelving are made from wood recycled from the Javanese house.
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Behind the batik curtain, which was handmade in Ubud, is the outdoor bathroom. The four flora images are by British photographer Nick Knight;
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and the calligraphy on the grey wood panel is a quote from 13th-century Sufi poet Rumi and was painted by Klauss.
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