Tag: "polypropylene"

Amass, injection-moulded polypropylene modules

Hubert has designed AMASS to be re-used after the exhibition. The modular format of the product enables the same components to be re-assembled in any context or space where events are held.

Making of Setu by Studio 7.5

The typical chair design story goes like this: Start with an idea for a chair and shape it into the world around you. But, in designing Setu, Studio 7.5 in Berlin let the world around them shape the contours and performance of the Setu chair. It’s inspiration through observation.

The Polyfloss Factory

The Polyfloss factory processes plastic waste, typically polypropylene, into a new raw material they call Polyfloss. Polyfloss allows them to design and manufacture new plastic products without expensive or complicated manufacturing techniques such as injection molding. These products have unique properties, most notably thermal or acoustic insulation and the ability to be a multi-structured.


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