The Architecture Foundation's latest exhibition shows how to compost coffee grounds and make a playground out of old wind turbines.
This article titled “Superuse: meet the Dutch architects transforming the world with waste” was written by Oliver Wainwright, for guardian.co.uk on Wednesday 5th June 2013 14.16 UTC
A collection of airline trolleys have arrived in the Architecture Foundation’s gallery in London. But something’s not quite right. They are filled not with miniature cans of tonic water and ready-meals, but an intriguing assortment of scraps: metal offcuts from laser-cutting, fragments of timber cable reels, bits of car windscreens – even a mysterious trough of used coffee grounds.
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