Recycled Stones by Ghigos Ideas
by Ted Savage / March 25, 2014
No waste: Recycled Stones by Ghigos Ideas are manufacturing remnants that practically turned themselves into vases and candleholders, repurposed "almost without aesthetic or functional filter."


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Details: Considering sustainability, "a residue which is not useful today may easily be reinterpreted in a domestic sphere."

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Designer: Ghigos, in Monza, Italy, was founded in as a discussion group in 1998 by Davide Crippa, Barbara Di Prete and Francesco Tosi, and became an architectural studio in 2004.

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Source: Via MOCO Submit.

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