Homewear Line Made From Toilet Paper

Homewear Line Made From Toilet Paper

Dutch Designer Nienke Hoogvliet challenges the notion of toilet paper as waste with a new line of products

Kiran Umapathy
  • 22 november 2016

Dutch designer Nienke Hoogvliet recently showcased her line of furniture and homewares made from reclaimed toilet paper at Dutch Design Week. In a partnership with the Dutch Water Authorities, which has been experimenting with ways to recover energy and raw materials from wastewater, Hoogvliet was asked to design a collection that could dispel negative associations with toilet paper as a waste product. The line is called Waterschatten and includes a large dining table, pendant lights, and set of bowls.

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