Ana Lisa Alperovich

PHOTOS: Danish Students Inspire Us to Recycle and 'Think Twice' at Copenhagen Design Week

by , 09/06/11


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Malene Lund Rasmussen created this funky seat made from knitted plastic bags. The material add some color to an old, classic chair while saving some bags from polluting our landfills.

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Anna Karnov Pedersen‘s Ace of Spades lamp turns a disused deck of playing cards into a stunning lighting solution.

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Made by Katsuhiro Kanzaki, Mushroom is a biodegradable and fully recyclable stool made from scrap cardboard tubes, paper and cotton strings.

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