S2BH Creates Colorful Tableware Using Recycled Corian

by , 04/02/13

 Steve Buetow, Scott Helmes, recycled Corian , Corian tableware , S2BH, Walker Art Center, recycled materials, eco tableware

Architects Steve Buetow and Scott Helmes from Minnesota have teamed up to make these fabulous pieces of Corian tableware in a range of colors and designs. The guys were laid off from their full time jobs and decided to use the time to form S2BH, a partnership which focuses on creating functional art from recycled and industrial material. Fascinated by Corian’s food-safe and flexible qualities, S2BH created these unique bowls and baskets which are on sale to the public at the Walker Art Center gift shop in Minneapolis. Their other projects include vases made from recycled test tubes and scrap aluminium — we can’t wait to see what they come up with next!

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