Ten points to designer Nienke Hoogvliet for some of the most imaginative repurposing of toilet paper we’ve ever seen.
Hoogvliet combined the reclaimed and cleaned paper with brass elements to show that, despite coming from the sewer, the pulp has “great value”.
A metallic section conceals drawers and runs around the edge of the tabletop, while the rectangular-shaped pendants are supported by brass strips. Hoogvliet finished the set of decorative bowls with blue-tinged patterns.
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