Recycled Newsprint Gets A Second Life As Furniture

Recycled Newsprint Gets A Second Life As Furniture

Despite being made from paper, the marbled brick-like creations are sturdy enough for everyday use

Jennifer Passas
  • 3 october 2016

Paper is one of the most produced and discarded products in the world. While it can be recycled, each time it is run through the cycle the quality worsens. In an effort to extend its usability, the artist Woojai Lee has created bricks from newspaper, aptly named “paperbricks,” which can be assembled together to create useable furniture.

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