Chairs back hangers. Designed by Antonello Fusè for Resign.
“REsign is “RE-use of signs”, a creative re-combination of signs embedded in wasted objects, which have been rejected by the main stream production process, aiming to create, thanks to the re-use, a new meaning, characterized by a high identity and interpersonal value.” - Resign Project
“Reusing has always been part of my lifestyle, from the post-war thrift inherited from my parent’s generation through the very influential punk movement to the ecological concerns of today. In the punk era in which, like other folk cultures a lot was done with very little, a big zip became a tie, an old kettle a handbag and a bunch of safety pins a brooch. I found this so inspiring and loved the energy and inventiveness and still do.”
“Studio Avni presented at Milan Design Week an upcycled and sustainable collection of textile poufs, converting old and discarded silk Sarees – bright and vivid draped garment worn by Indian women all across India, into sculptural seating options such as poufs, ottomans, stools, benches, chairs and various accessories.”
“the objects of the 'in vitro’ collection by tat chao from quebec are made with up-cycled glassware from donations or second-hand shops. the components are assembled with a special glass adhesive. 'in vitro’ is the rebirth of the rejected, the out of style, the damaged” Via Designboom