Leather-based offers an opulent inside in the case of vehicles, but it surely additionally generates loads of waste. Any leather-based with a slight wrinkle or scratch is discarded, and maximizing the leather-based to create as many items as doable may be troublesome as a result of natural form the leather-based results in. Studio Simone Publish, 40% of each cowhide is thrown away, a stunning and unhappy reality. In an effort to epicycle these in any other case completely usable scraps of leather-based, the Dutch textile and product designer collaborated with Studio Yoon Seok-Hyeon create 4 tenthsa set of bean baggage made with discarded leather-based scraps from Hungary, GOTS licensed natural cotton from Turkey and recycled polyester and mattress foam from the Netherlands.
Beanbags give worth to scraps of leather-based that would have been destined for landfills. You possibly can even see the scraps of car elements that give the beanbags their distinctive graphic design. Beanbags can be found in two colours and three sizes.
This collaboration was supported by the DUTCH CREATIVE INDUSTRIES FUND as a part of this system known as “Bouwen aan Expertise”.
Photographs by Mathijs Labadie.