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New Living tree table December 2013
Client Shannon Langrand commissioned the table as a token of her kid's early years growing up in the Heights. Courtesy of New Living / Green Painter
New Living trash tree table Cooper Meaders December 2013
A tree controversially destroyed by developers gets a second chance as a family dining room table. Marlon Hall/Vimeo
100-year-old American Sycamore tree at 2229 Oxford St. Houston Heights cut down June 2013 before
The American Sycamore held court at a quiet residential corner in the Heights for more than a century. Google Maps
100-year-old American Sycamore tree at Oxford St. Houston Heights cut
Claiming it was too damaged by drought and storm to save, developers chopped down the sycamore in June amidst petitions and protests. Photo by Tyler Rudick
New Living trash tree table Jeff Kaplan December 2013
Jeff Kaplan, founder of eco-friendly home design shops New Living and The Green Painter Marlon Hall/Vimeo