Re-use by Rotor


Justed spotted this over on SuperuseRotor is a Brussels-based design group who works specifically in the realm of industrial waste re-use. Their ‘Kitchen One’ project uses laser-cut plywood, taken from a company specializing in making die-cut cardboard for packaging, to create paneling for kitchen cupboards. In their first life, the wooden panels were used as punching boards for creating the shapes of the cardboard boxes – now they live on as beautiful kitchen cabinets.

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2 Responses to “Re-use by Rotor”

  1. Carolina Eclectic says:

    Fantastic! I would love to have these in my home.

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