With ‘The Last Ocean’ luminescent installation, Jen Lewin raises awareness of ocean pollution. She teamed up with Ocean Plastic Technologies to bring forward an innovative, circular, and poetic solution to recycle and reclaim ocean plastic.
The ‘Broken Ocean’ glassware series by Sophie Thomas and Louis Thompson captures the ominous and chaotic beauty of entangled ghost nets being pulled out from the deep ocean. The duo has worked with hand blown glass, waste glass fragments and found ocean plastic from Hawaii and other beaches around the world.
The S-1500 chair is made from fishnets and ropes contributing to building a local circular economy. The material is processed to create a marble-like matte, pebbled, dark green surface which is unique and mass produced at the same time.
Charlotte Kidger developed an innovative solution using waste stream from CNC fabrication to create the ‘Industrial craft’ design collection.
Spanish brand new company Nagami re-thinks design in the new age of technology bringing 3D printing and robotic manufacturing to large-scale products.
Stackable, multifunctional and extremely practical. nendo pays homage to Kartell’s iconic Componibili design which turns 50 this year.
SPARK propose beach huts made of discarded plastic collected from the beaches and seas of South East Asia . The colourful pineapple-shaped designs will convey a message in support of sustainable awareness.
Nendo’s H-Horse for Kartell is a transparent rocking horse that combines plastic transparency with the strength of architectural I -or H- shaped beams.
Cozì design studio debuts in Milan with a collection of lighting fixtures and accessories that brings design technologies to the tipping point.
Lou Moria designed simple and cheap vacuum-formed shoes that can be quickly produced and fully recycled thanks to thermo-forming technology.
DHPH and Nightshop design duo present the P.O.V. family: a collection of products that change color as you walk around them.