Stools made from upcycled paper waste by a group of HKU Design+ students. The project leaders for the task were Huynh Ngoc Anh Duy and Fergal Tse Yau-wai. Sustainable furniture like this might be in stores sooner than you think.
Stools made from upcycled paper waste by a group of HKU Design+ students. The project leaders for the task were Huynh Ngoc Anh Duy and Fergal Tse Yau-wai. Sustainable furniture like this might be in stores sooner than you think.

Upcycled waste: sustainable furniture and homewares made from eggshells, earth, paper, fruit peel – even blood

  • In Hong Kong, designers like Niko Leung are seeking out ways to use waste materials to craft sustainable homewares, furniture and construction materials
  • Tests are being done on everything from soil to loofah, egg and oyster shells, durian skin and even blood powder, a slaughterhouse by-product

Stools made from upcycled paper waste by a group of HKU Design+ students. The project leaders for the task were Huynh Ngoc Anh Duy and Fergal Tse Yau-wai. Sustainable furniture like this might be in stores sooner than you think.
Stools made from upcycled paper waste by a group of HKU Design+ students. The project leaders for the task were Huynh Ngoc Anh Duy and Fergal Tse Yau-wai. Sustainable furniture like this might be in stores sooner than you think.
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