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

by , 09/06/11

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By ironing shopping bags into a colorful sheet, Christina Amelie Jensen created 85 Plastic Bags – a lounge chair for enjoying eco-friendly days and sun bathing at the nearest beach.

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2nd Chandelier by Christian Baastrup is a sleek and modern hanging luminaire made from metal components recycled from an old office chair.

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By using sink cutouts from the production of kitchen countertops, Jeppe S Vestergaard created this handy recycled wooden stool called Jolly J, that comes completed with a handle.


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