Bloomberg has launched an unconventional new collection of unusual pieces for its fifth annual recycling project 'Waste Not Want It' -- pieces that were made from recycled waste from the Bloomberg London office.
This year's challenge required designers to make pieces out of "2,000 meters of cable flex, 152 keyboards, 160 holographic screen sheets, 250 printer cartridges and 33 wood pallets." The resulting designs are both beautiful and functional, with most being pieces of furniture. One of the more beautiful designs is the 'Synthesis Bench,' which shows the chemical reaction between the materials used. Another interesting design is the 'Starboard,' a table and benches that use holographic sheets and screens to light up.
Bloomberg expands its creative boundaries with this annual recycling project by combining its technological background with design.
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