Bottletop, a UK-based retail store, is demonstrating its commitment to zero waste by announcing that its new flagship store in London will feature a 3D printed store interior and made from 60, 000 recycled plastic bottles.
Although details are still scarce, the brand released a rendering of the store's layout, which depicts a futuristic interior, that's complete with integrated wall hooks, unconventional product displays and a unique roof. To ensure this project is done properly, Bottletop partnered with Krause Architects and AI Build, to print and produce the materials. In addition to the water bottle-made interior, this store's floors will be made using recycled rubber tires.
Both innovative and sustainable, Bottletop's flagship store demonstrates that environmentally friendly design can be incredibly aesthetically pleasing.
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