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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.
Living room entrance The carved wooden panels were sculpted by Made Budiasa, in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
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
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.
Behind the batik curtain, which was handmade in Ubud, is the outdoor bathroom. The four flora images are by British photographer Nick Knight;
and the calligraphy on the grey wood panel is a quote from 13th-century Sufi poet Rumi and was painted by Klauss.