Note Design Studio is upholding the principles of reversible design with this installation that it created for flooring manufacturer Tarkett for Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. The exhibition stand is designed in such a way that it is not only aesthetically pleasing but also can be taken apart and reused after the end of the event. The project is titled 'Natural Bond.' The shapes that make up the installation are "clad in the French multinational's vinyl flooring called iQ." This material can be recycled indefinitely and since the industry is attempting to move to a more sustainable production practice, it carries implications for a multitude of businesses and designers.
With the stand, Note Design Studio intended to "trigger discussion about 'a sustainable, circular transition in society.'"
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Note Design Studio's Installation Supports the Circular Economy
1. Reversible Design - Exploring reversible design principles and creating products that can be easily disassembled and reused.
2. Sustainable Production - Embracing more sustainable production practices and exploring materials that can be recycled indefinitely.
3. Circular Economy - Promoting a circular economy concept where products and materials are reused, minimizing waste and maximizing resource efficiency.
1. Event Management - Implementing reusable exhibition stands to reduce waste and promote sustainability in the event management industry.
2. Interior Design - Incorporating reversible design principles in interior design projects, allowing for easy disassembly and reusability of furniture and components.
3. Flooring Manufacturing - Investing in sustainable production practices and exploring materials that can be recycled indefinitely in the flooring manufacturing industry.