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Estimated production time: 2 - 4 weeks

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Description

Toasted Furniture is a project that combines innovation, design and ecology. Everyday waste plastics (for example the packaging of cleaning products) is recycled with the help of an innovative and simple device, ‘the toaster’, to obtain durable waterproof plastic panels, which are the basis for the manufacture of furniture.

The products are durable and resistant to moisture and dirt. Each piece of furniture is unique, as every panel is unique. The furniture is simple, the emphasis is on the material and patterns and functionality, so that each product serves its purpose. All products can also be ‘re-melted’ into new plastic sheets, as they are made of only one type of material (HDPE- high density polyethylene), or disassembled and assembled into a new product.

Open Edition
Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

32x32x41

Weight (kg)

10

Material

Production Year

2018

Variation

Stool No. 1, Stool No. 2, Stool No. 3

Additional information

Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

32x32x41

Weight (kg)

10

Material

Production Year

2018

Variation

Stool No. 1, Stool No. 2, Stool No. 3

The designer

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Nina Mršnik and Nuša Jelenec
Nuša Jelenec lives and works in Ljubljana, Slovenia in the fields of product design, interior design and event design. Her work is connected with different collectives and communities: Rompom (design collective), Pop-up dom (temporary shop/exhibition of young slovenian designers), Trapez (multidisciplinary food collective) and different coworking communities. Recently she has become more interested in connecting sustainability and design, by participating in BIO 50 Knowing food group, and forming a creative association Re-generacija that focuses on current economic and environmental issues.   Nina Mršnik studied Industrial Design at the IUAV University in Venice, Visual Communication and Art in Aveiro in Portugal, and Product Design at London’s Royal College. After her Master’s Degree, Li Edelkoort named her as one of 100 most talented design students in Europe. Before returning to Slovenia, she worked for Jurgen Bey in the Netherlands and travelled around the world. Since coming back to her homeland, she has led a couple of editions of the Pop-up dom exhibition, and she is currently head of Kobeiagi kilims – a company which designs and sells Bosnian handloom carpets (kilims).

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