Archive for the ‘plastic bottle’ category

Plastic bottle eco hair salon by 90id, Taiwan

July 6th, 2015

Plastic bottle eco hair salon by 90id, Taiwan

The cola-bow installation by Penda at Student Beijing Design Exhibition

October 31st, 2013

The cola-bow is a public art installation made out of more than 17.000 recycled plastic bottles, which were braided to create a shape inspired by the swings of the Coca-Cola logo.

(POP)culture recycled soda bottles installation by Garth Britzman

April 9th, 2013

This temporary installation used recycled soda bottles as a canopy under which a small park is created. An intriguing environment is created where one can explore the surface qualities of the bottles at eye level.

Bubble Chandelier by Souda

November 14th, 2012

Constructed from post-consumer soda bottles, the Bubble Chandelier was originally inspired by the cell-like shape of soap bubbles. Elle Decor India calls the Bubble Chandelier “…an upcycled wonder, transforming the used, old and ordinary into new and highly covetable.” The Bubble Chandelier is made from 60 two-liter soda bottles, with each piece cut and connected with aluminum rivets.

Lichtschlucker pendant lights by Meike Harde

October 16th, 2012

Lichtschlucker offers disposable dishes a permanent life as a decorative lamp shade. The ecological aspect consists in the fact that a disposable product is converted into a durable and functional furnishing.

Nobody chair by Komplot Design

August 24th, 2011

With its clear metaphor for a cover – the cloth laid on the chair to protect it – NOBODY refers to the “shadow” side of the life of a chair – while not being used. The cover blurs the shape of the chair and at the same time makes an allusion to it…

Eco-Felt Buzziskin 3D Tiles the Revolution of Tiles

May 5th, 2011

Beside 3D movies, 3D cell phones, 3D displays, there were 3D tiles now. The visually pulsating Buzziskin 3D Tiles were not only eco-friendly but also found to revolutionize how to look at tiles. A cacophonous combination of textures, shapes and colors, the tile design were consisted of eco-felt, or a 100% recycled PET material.

Other People’s Rubbish

April 7th, 2011

Heath Nash’s delicate work demonstrates the possibility of taking reused discarded plastic to a sophisticated level.