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Michelle Mason’s Rosetta Rug took the centre stage at the exhibition with its bold cut-out felt shape. This luxury item is as sustainable as it is stylish, as the felt is made from 100% recycled plastic.

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Eco Factory’s distinctive recycled glass bowls transform broken sheets of auto glass into beautiful housewares.

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Eco Factory used plastic bottles as the main material for two of their lamps on display.

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The Garfano Chair by Ricrea, which we first spotted in Milan in 2009, was another item that made an impact in this small exhibition. This extravagant chair re-works industrial waste such as felt, plastic and latex from the nautical and shoe industries to create a statement piece.

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Eco Factory’s fun Bottle Top Lamp features a shade made from pop tops that creates a colorful illuminated effect.

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This Fruit Bag by Regenesi uses reclaimed leather in an original way to create a simple, yet appealing bag.

+ Eco Age