IKEA’s Newest Products Are Made From Waste

IKEA’s Newest Products Are Made From Waste
Design

The brand uses plastic bottles and discarded glass to create new line of kitchenware

Marielle Castillo
  • 17 june 2016

Saving and generating renewable resources has been a top priority for IKEA since its beginning. In an effort to build more sustainable home furnishings, the brand’s design team focused on how waste, including plastic bottles and glass, could be made into new products.

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