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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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The total annual of wasted food in Denmark is estimated at 540,000 tons. With this in mind, Laerke Zesach Krabbe created Thrown Out, a tasty and surprisingly strong chair made by upholstered sliced bread baguettes that were left to dry and reinforced with water glass.

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Screw’up by students Matilde Nyeland Jorgensen Og and Marie Munk Hartwig is a user-friendly storage system of screwed to the wall glass jars, meant for keeping small objects .

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Every year 200,000 bicycles go to waste in Denmark, so student Marianne Kasten decided to do something about it by recycling bike inner tubes and wheels into this fantastic woven light.


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