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Eco factory

Eco factory

Nov 14 2011, 6:00 pm 0 Marco Russo

Waste separation, a duty and a necessity for all, but between bags and containers difficult to distinguish and not really siutable for home furnishings, we are often in troubles. The Italian designer Mariano Spadaro presents “Eco Factory” a piece of furniture that combines environmental education to simple and functional design. A useful and practical solution for the collection of waste, where the iconographic form that follows the lines of an industry, explains the idea: to educate the public to the properly dispose of waste, re-putting them in the industrial cycle. A concept ready to adapt in an elegant and versatile way to all living spaces. Composed entirely of polypropylene post-consumer recycled and treated against UV rays, consists of three compartments that are suitable for three types of waste – glass, paper and plastic – theand on right there’s a column that allows the crushing of bottles plastic to reduce space in the bag.

Designer: Mariano Spadaro

Tags: creative design designer eco recycled sustainable

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