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Odds & Ends

Design | April 9, 2018 |

Odds & EndsImage courtesy of M.U.S.

Odds & Ends
Anna Gudmundsdottir
Britt Jönsson
Emilia Borgvall

With a selection of waste materials, collected from six different local industries, Malmö Upcycling Service (M.U.S.) has developed the collection Odds & Ends. The idea has been to explore the conditions for design within the framework of circular economy.

Odds & EndsImage courtesy of M.U.S.

M.U.S. has experimented and explored how the waste material can be reintroduced into the production of local industries. How it through simple means can be processed and assembled into new decorative home objects.

Odds & EndsImage courtesy of M.U.S.

The collection consists of 11 objects where all are assembled in a way that makes it possible to separate the pieces again.

more. www.malmoupcyclingservice.com

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