Eco-Friendly Collection Unveiled at Milan Design Week

Garbage Kids, a design collective from Georgia, recently unveiled a collection of wooden furniture and ornaments made entirely from recycled materials at Milan Design Week. Teaming up with Dropcity, a hub for architecture and design, the exhibition took place in a historic tunnel near Milan Central Station, alongside works by other collaborators. Know more about it on FURNITURE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY (FDT).

The collection embodies the ethos of longevity, aiming to create pieces with enduring character and personal connections. Using reclaimed materials like timber from demolition sites and fallen trees, Garbage Kids gather resources thoughtfully, leaving behind what they don’t need. One of the highlights is the Daybed, a reclaimed walnut bench adorned with 11,000 seed pe Read More.........


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