KÜSS will be filled with shredded pieces of customers' catalogs and features a design by Charles Kaisin

To celebrate the arrival of the new 2016 catalog, IKEA is recycling its old catalogs and using the shredded material as filling for a unique new cushion. KÜSS has been designed by the internationally-renowned Belgian designer Charles Kaisin.

Kaisin graduated from the Royal College of Art in London and has worked for well-known luxury brands around the world. He often creates objects with a contemporary design from recycled materials, transforming items such as newspapers and plastic bags into furniture, clothes and design objects.

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