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Bottleware by Nendo for Coca-Cola is Comprised of Old Pop Bottles

 - Nov 16, 2012
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Japanese designers have created Bottleware by Nendo for Coca-Cola, a new dishware line comprised of old, recycled pop bottles. The dishware resembles the Coca-Cola branded bottles with its green tint and pebbled aesthetic. There are five pieces to the Bottleware collection, a series of wide brimmed glasses for drinking to display work.

The Japanese designer Nendo takes the old pop bottles and crushes them down into little pieces. This allows the brand to melt the pieces and mold them into any shape its desires. This eco-friendly branding is a great way to reduce the extensive amount of waste developed from the Coca-Cola brand. By taking old bottle and revamping them, the brand is a beautiful compilation of stunning craftsmanship and design.