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Sophie Rowley's Designs Feature a Slick, Marble-Like Pattern

 - Mar 1, 2019
References: sophierowley & dezeen
Berlin-based designer Sophie Rowley does her part for sustainability with her upcycled denim furniture. The products are not only ethically sourced, but they also entertain an incredibly interesting and stylish aesthetic that is sure to capture the eye of the outgoing design enthusiast.

Rowley calls her collection 'Bahia Denim.' Each silhouette has a quality of uniqueness which is a result of the intricate production process that the designer engages in. Tapping post-consumer materials from the fashion and homeware industry, she binds the pieces with resin and then "carves [them] into different elementary shapes" before transforming them into usable denim furniture.

While the pieces in the 'Bahia Denim' collection are sure to be popular, they are also functional as they are lightweight and durable.