Category "Material"

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Ecopixel is an Italian manufacturing company that makes bespoke products from shredded plastic waste.

01. June 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Ecopixel is an Italian manufacturing company that makes bespoke products from shredded plastic waste.

01. June 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Created by designer duo Jihee Moon and Hyein Hailey Choi of Newtab-22, Sea Stone, a zero-waste project, utilizes seashells to make a material that visually resembles cement.

30. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more

Created by designer duo Jihee Moon and Hyein Hailey Choi of Newtab-22, Sea Stone, a zero-waste project, utilizes seashells to make a material that visually resembles cement.

30. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more
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Brooklyn-based accessories brand Bembien is known for its handmade, artisanal bags. Recently, they introduced an extra special collection made out of 100% recycled plastic.

26. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more

Brooklyn-based accessories brand Bembien is known for its handmade, artisanal bags. Recently, they introduced an extra special collection made out of 100% recycled plastic.

26. May 2020 | via Settingmind.com | Read more
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Pearl is a natural packaging alternative that fits within the aesthetics of the beauty industry while also reducing its negative impact on the environment.

23. May 2020 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more

Pearl is a natural packaging alternative that fits within the aesthetics of the beauty industry while also reducing its negative impact on the environment.

23. May 2020 | via Yankodesign.com | Read more
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Design duo creates “Xylinum Mask”, a homegrown biodegradable face mask made from bacteria cellulose.

19. May 2020 | via Boredpanda.com | Read more

Design duo creates “Xylinum Mask”, a homegrown biodegradable face mask made from bacteria cellulose.

19. May 2020 | via Boredpanda.com | Read more
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Chiara Rivituso and Matteo Bastiani are Milan-based designers who turn food packaging and shipping materials into purses.

18. May 2020 | via Insider.com | Read more

Chiara Rivituso and Matteo Bastiani are Milan-based designers who turn food packaging and shipping materials into purses.

18. May 2020 | via Insider.com | Read more
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Architecture and design studio T SAKHI designed a tableware collection made of Venetian Murano glass infused with steel waste threads to create uncontrolled shapes.

16. May 2020 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more

Architecture and design studio T SAKHI designed a tableware collection made of Venetian Murano glass infused with steel waste threads to create uncontrolled shapes.

16. May 2020 | via Materialdistrict.com | Read more
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Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Italian polystyrene specialist SCF Packaging has introduced a compostable closed-cell expanding material which biodegrades in four weeks.

09. May 2020 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more

Italian polystyrene specialist SCF Packaging has introduced a compostable closed-cell expanding material which biodegrades in four weeks.

09. May 2020 | via Packaging-gateway.com | Read more
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Comparing the main bag choices—plastic, paper and cotton—in order to try to answer that question, what's environmentally responsible.

07. May 2020 | via Phys.org | Read more

Comparing the main bag choices—plastic, paper and cotton—in order to try to answer that question, what's environmentally responsible.

07. May 2020 | via Phys.org | Read more