The Victoria and Albert Museum was once again the “hub” for the London Design Festival with a series of site-specific installations.
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After much experimentation and testing, Nau is giving a new life to old duvets by using their down as filling for coats and jackets.
Willem Heeffer explored possible uses for discarded espresso machine parts and turned them into lamps.
Wood that was once waste is transformed into a set of building blocks.
CastAway furniture brings waste front and center.
A bamboo pendant inspired by the honeycomb architecture of a bee's nest.
Anna Herrmann created a project that found a sustainable way to transform worn out tights into a chair's seat and backrest.
A cozy seat made using hay and grass that reminds you of nature and well being.
Using material waste from air duct production, Sebastiano Tonelli created thermal food and transportation containers.
The world's first shoe upper that's made completely from recycled ocean waste.
A collection of tables that are made from marble processing scrap wood.
A school project results in a buoyant rubber chair made from old bike parts.
Kammok designs really clever gear for adventurers that was inspired by flora and fauna.
Using zero stitches, this simple wallet is constructed from a single piece of sustainable cork fabric.
What if your table scraps could become your tableware? Seed-shaped bowls that are made from reconstructed food waste.
Side tables made from leftover scraps of Brazilian wood.