Sarah Christensen takes used coffee waste from a local café and turns it into a terrazzo-like material to make modern home objects.
Jamie Norris Green creates 3D printed lighting made from a bio-degradable polymer that includes waste oyster and scallop shells.
Design Milk speaks to UK-based Green&Blue who are on a mission to make havens for wildlife with Bee Brick made from clay waste.
London-based Corrie Williamson makes jewelry + hanging mobiles from wooden and metal offcuts leftover from the work of other designer-makers.
Woodturner Darren Appiagyei highlights wood's intrinsic beauty by celebrating knots, cracks, bark, or grain, which are often seen as flaws.
bFRIENDS by Bene and Pearson Lloyd is a collection of fun, 3D-printed desktop accessories made from discarded food packaging.
Martin Thübeck designed the Betula Collection with a frame made from identical pieces of reclaimed wood, connected by a single joint – both designed for disassembly.
Disharee Mathur is an interdisciplinary designer whose NewBlue project reimagines damaged sanitary ware into vases and accessories.
Mon Terra, founded by Tamara Efrat ad Yuval Dishon, turns agricultural plastic waste into furniture and accessories.
Anti collects discarded and broken umbrellas, disassembles them, and upcycles them into desk and table lamps.
Form Us With Love + BAUX are turning textile offcuts into a commercial acoustic solution that is fully compostable at the end of its life.
Very Good and Proper + AC/AL created an outdoor chair with new bio-composite technology that combines hemp fiber with recycled plastic.
UK-based makers Weez & Merl melt and marble plastic waste, such as carrier bags, and turn it into 100% recycled housewares.
Model No. makes bespoke furniture with short-lead times out of food waste and reclaimed wood by using the latest 3D-printing technology.
Vestre created the world’s 1st bench made out of ownerless and recycled ocean plastics.