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Natchar Sawatdichai's Paper Blinds are Sustainable and Beautiful

 - Oct 29, 2018
References: natchars.myportfolio & dezeen
Thai designer Natchar Sawatdichai — a graduate of the Kingston University in London, releases a colorfully sculptural collection of paper blinds that answer to cues of sustainability. The 'Qualified' product line is sure to emphasize one's home in a very forward and cheerful manner while ensuring a conscious approach to manufacturing and materials.

For the paper blinds, Natchar Sawatdichai utilized recycled paper. The collection is a response to the "throwaway society" and "over-qualified materials." The product in the range is origami-like, aesthetically speaking, and fully adjustable. The materials used in the production of the gorgeous shapes are versatile, readily available and a definite eco-conscious alternative to plastic.

The paper blinds are made with recycled or ethically sourced materials. As they are mostly handmade, it takes about six to seven hours to create each design.