Charlotte Bin by Charles Constantine
by Harry / June 8, 2011
From The Principals, a receptacle that gives a visual weight to refuse a user produces. "When empty the ghostlike vessel seems to float above the ground on its spindly legs. As matter is added to the bin, it appears heavier, and the legs begin to splay out."


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"Bronze was chosen to give the bin value and importance, while the trash added serves as ornament. The clear basket makes the user aware of his waste production and seeks to shame them into using less."

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