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Collected and edited by Prof. Frank Sander © 2011

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EXPERIMENTS ON RECYCLING
COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
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EXPERIMENTS ON RECYCLING
“Newspaper-Wood by
Mieke Meijer of vij5
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Compressed thrown-
away textils:
What kind of
application you can
think about?
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Chairs out of
compressed thrown-
away textils

“Rememberme” by
Tobias Juretzek for
Casamania
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Colorful utensils!
What kind of waste is
used ? It is a very
popular daily item!
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EXPERIMENTS ON RECYCLING
Colorful utensils!
What kind of waste is
used ? It is a very
popular daily item!
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“Flip-Flop-Objects” by
Studio Schneemann
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Recycling of used ties:
Application as a patchwork for
upholstery
STUDENT PROJECTS

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Recycling of bicycle wheels:
Application for a lamp design
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Recycling of discarded door panels:
Application as boards for bookshelves
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Application of concrete for home products:
Top: Wall decoration
Left: Room- or garden-devider
incorporating plants
STUDENT PROJECTS:
University of Applied Sciences, Mainz

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STUDENT PROJECTS:
University of Applied Sciences, Mainz

EXPERIMENTS ON RECYCLING
Application of concrete for home products:
Concrete seat with rubber stripes
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Experiments with left-overs of leather:
Concepts by Rawan Mersh for Fendi, Italy
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Experiments with left-overs of leather:
Design by Sandro del Pistoia for Fendi, Italy
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Experiments with left-overs of ostrich leather:
Stools by Campana Brothers for Klein Karoo,
Republic of South Africa
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Crafted with natural materials:
“Bamboo Ball Sofa” by Kevin Chou
for the Taiwan Handicraft Center
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Seat shells:
Pressed out of paper
layers instead of using
plastics
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Seat shells:
Pressed out of paper
layers instead of using
plastics
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EXPERIMENTS ON RECYCLING
Hemp fibers:
Hemp fibers
processed to mats
with a binding
materials – ready
for heat
compression
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Hemp fibris:
Hemp fibers
processed to mats
with a binding
materials – ready
for heat
compression to
form a stackable
chair.

The material is a
natural waste and
can be used for
composting!
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Hemp fibers:
A diamond-
shaped surface
gives stability to
the very thin shell
Experimental chair designed by
Werner Aisslinger in co-operation
with the manufacturer of plastics
BASF
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Hemp fibers:
The thin shell
allows high
degree of
stackability
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COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
Less material – easy disassembly:
Stiched furniture “Easy Chair” by Tord
Boontje for Moroso
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The three-dimensional hard-fiber board for seat shells:
“Chair Zartan” byPhilippe Starck for Magis
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COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
The three-dimensional hard-fiber board for
seat shells:
“Chair Zartan” byPhilippe Starck for Magis
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The three-dimensional hard-fiber board for seat shells:
“Chair Zartan” byPhilippe Starck for Magis
COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
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COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
Plastic substitute:
“Green Chair” by Javier Mariscal for
Mobles 114
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COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
Plastic substitute:
“Green Chair” by Javier Mariscal for
Mobles 114
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COMPANIES ON RECYCLING
Plastic substitute:
“Impossible Wood” by Doshi Levien
for Moroso