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Industrial production generates an unfathomable amount of waste. These designers are thinking circular to create new offerings from underutilized byproduct materials.
Vadodara, India – For shop Shefali’s Studio in Vadodara, India, Manoj Patel Design Studio shows how circular-design thinking can be employed on a project-wide scale in retail …
Today is World Oceans Day. We take a look at how designers and brands are transforming plastic waste dredged from the sea into products and spatial statements.
Why brands should develop a post-ownership mindset that repositions them as a partner to customers, rather than producer.
Tainan, Taiwan – In Taiwan, MVRDV shows what solutions are possible for disused shopping malls and their car parks, a typology that’s suffering from the negative impact of online …
Vienna – IKEA's coming location in Vienna's city centre will be a car-free zone, reflecting the city's longterm goal to reduce car-travel and the company's move toward circularity.
New York City – At this year's New York Design Week, Fernando Mastrangelo wants users to experience the future of design in real life.
Milan – With this Waste No More installation, Eileen Fisher and Sigh Ahl engage in a type of aesthetic activism that goes beyond the closet and into the living room.
Amsterdam – The employees of the Goede Doelen Loterijen had a long list of dream requests for their new home. Benthem Crouwel was able to fulfil almost every single one.
Mornington, Australia – Beach houses are where dream residential typologies become realities. For Austin Maynard Architects, this one was a chance to challenge even those dreams.
Ebeltoft, Denmark – Together with Margrethe Odgaard, the Danish interior textile company crafted Re-Wool, a collection utilising a new recycling strategy.
New York City – Made from 100 per cent recycled and eco-friendly materials, Kamarq’s subscription-based furniture redefines the sector’s purchasing options.
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