Scrap Lab: Remixing and Reusing Scrap Materials

Scrap Lab: Remixing and Reusing Scrap Materials
Dan Gould
  • 4 march 2009

Scrap Lab, a part of the architecture department at Kasetsart University in Thailand, is looking to utilize leftover materials from industrial processes to create new products. From plastics, to wood, metal and fabrics, Scrap Lab plans on creating a system that will efficiently catalog and find uses for as many left overs as possible. (Image above is their chair made of scrap denim.)

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