Slash Objects, an award-winning design studio based in New York, recycles materials to create durable quality products and furniture. Some of their items includes coasters, placemats and mirrors.

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A spread of plates on top of circular place mats and clear glass cups on top of grey coasters

“Our work is rooted in a fascination with materials and how they are brought together,” the designers said of their work.

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Featured in Elle Décor, Cultured, Dwell and Vogue, Slash Objects triumphs aesthetic with an eco-friendly mission.

Various trinket holders including a small tray inside a larger tray, a mirror on a stand and a box with a gold design at the edge. They are designed by Slash Objects that recycles waste into beauty.

Founder, Designer and Architect Arielle Assouline-Lichten wanted design to transform how humans experience the world. Assouline-Lichten works with multidisciplinary design firm Slash Projects to create her beautiful objects de art. She hopes to reframe our understanding of the resources we have through tactile stories. Therefore, creating a sense of intrigue into our material world.

A laptop mat with a white keyboard on top of it, a mirror of the corner of it and a mouse on top of a grey mousepad

Now she’s everywhere from FastCompany, Metropolis and The New York Times to HBO Max. Assouline-Lichten aims to change how we think of the objects we use every day and uses recycled materials for that reason.

An orange trinkets tray that has two sections to it, an open box and a mirror

“We believe in a future of beautiful products made using sustainable materials which take the environment’s wellbeing into consideration,” Slash Objects said. “We believe that design can change the world through the choices we make.”

A blue playmat with a light blue elephant structure on top of it and a persons legs wearing white shoes dangling over the mat

Furthermore, caring for the environment means starting by avoiding waste in the first place with a long-lasting design that diverts waste from landfills.

Three circular mirrors sitting in a cube stand diagonally from each other

As a result, the collection of pieces is designed in New York City and made by hand from recycled tires and similar materials to repurpose our waste into beauty. Not only are they sustainable, the pieces from Slash Objects are touchable, durable and usable.

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