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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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Royal Night by Mia Kragh is a big colorful lamp made from recycled and recyclable aluminum cans and wooden tripod legs that support the shade.

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Locally sourced scrap wood boards from ships and sheds in Denmark come together to create this patchwork seat called DOK5611. The piece is designed by Anne Sophie Schlutter-Hvelplund and Kerstin Kongsted.

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Roll and Repeat is a DIY round stool by Line Marie Sorensen made from rolls of junk mail and leaflets, giving a new life to that unwanted paper inside our letterboxes.


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