Sustainable Surface Tiles Crafted from Recycled Paper Waste | Alted H01

Brainchild of product designer Berta Julia Sala in collaboration with Spanish brand Alted Materials, Alted H01 presents a vibrant collection of surface tiles crafted from recycled paper waste. These indoor panels, designed with ease of installation and maintenance in mind, feature Honext, a sustainable board created from cellulose waste sourced from the paper industry and coated with a water-based solution made from discarded vegetables. Know more about in on SURFACES REPORTER (SR).


Alted H01 presents a vibrant collection of surface tiles crafted from recycled paper waste.

A remarkable aspect of these Alted H01 tiles is their positive environmental impact; covering 100sqm with Alted panels saves a substantial 722kg of waste from being sent to landfills. Currently available in various colours and patterns, these panels can also be tailor-made to suit diverse interior spaces.


A remarkable aspect of these Alted H01 tiles is their positive environmental impact; covering 100sqm with Alted panels saves a substantial 722kg of waste from being sent to landfills.

Notably, designer Sala has ensured that the Alted H01 tiles are fully recyclable, embodying the principles of a circular economy. Unlike conventional construction materials, these panels can be recycled within the same loop, preventing them from becoming waste again. Alted’s vision extends beyond individual products, aiming to evolve into a circular economy business model, encompassing a comprehensive circular construction system and promoting sustainability in the market.

Image credit: Berta Julia Sala and Alted Materials

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