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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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Jeppe S Vestergaard –the same designer as the Jolly J stool– used FSC sink cut outs from the production of kitchen countertops for his Hexahedron piece – a flat pack, modular shelving made of waste.

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Colorful Tube Chair by Canna Worsoe shows how attached recycled cardboard tubes can be strong and comfortable if used vertically.

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By recycling various furniture pieces and her own grandma’s chest of drawers, student Helle Schou Pedersen created Granny’s Top Drawer.


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