Without further ado, we share the 2020 best of the best with the most popular (i.e. the most read) posts from the entire year!
Circular by Design
We launched a new column in 2020 that explores the potential of waste as a valuable new raw material + now we're taking a look back.
Zoe Murphy champions ‘loving what belongs to you’ by printing onto recycled furniture using imagery inspired by her seaside hometown.
Circular Cup is the latest of innovative products that reuse waste + create value from materials that were destined for landfill.
Jacqueline de la Fuente makes sculptural vases from waste paper and cardboard after noticing the increase in waste her family generated.
We spoke with London-based designer Ella Doran about a circular economy and her latest project, the Clean Up Plastic Camo Chair.
Studio Nienke Hoogvliet is a design studio in The Netherlands that turns seaweed and fish skin into rugs, fabrics and leather.
Studio Rope turns waste dust into a unique glaze that provides thermo-insulating and tactile properties to a porcelain coffee set.
We spoke with StoneCycling who developed a way of upcycling waste found in vacant buildings in The Netherlands awaiting demolition.
Daniel Svahn discusses a collection of contract furniture he made from furniture discarded by the same sector.
We spoke to the founders of Sabai Design, a modern sofa brand with good sustainability values.
A collaboration that creates an innovative material from waste selvedges – the edges of textile rolls that are usually discarded.
Susana Godinho combines highly sustainable cork with recycled and recovered fabrics from the fashion industries to create modern rugs.
We caught up with Studio Woojai about a project that repurposes waste paper into bricks and sculptural furniture.