Jrumchai Singalavanij has created a textile recycler that looks suspiciously like old-school home pasta makers, but instead of dough, you shove leftover fabrics into the top and churn out new material.
Exhibited during London Design Week, Jrumchai Singalavanij's textile recycler is rather ingenious. An industrial design student at the Royal College of Art, Singalavanij has certainly asserted not only his talent, but also his friendliness towards the environment.
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