Mobiliário Paletes ∞ Pallet Furniture

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  • bancos_ordenha

    Banco de Ordenha | Milking Stool

    deck_chair_1

    Espreguiçadeira | Deck Chair

     

     

     

     

     

     

    O projecto Reabuse, em parceria com o Reverence Festival Valada, realizou duas oficinas de reutilização criativa de materiais, com o intuito de sensibilizar quanto à elevada quantidade de materiais descartados. Evitando o desperdício, peças de mobiliário e esculturas foram criadas para uso na área VIP do festival. Realizadas em Abril de 2016, uma das oficinas envolveu a reutilização de paletes e a outra de garrafas de plástico, a primeira aberta ao público e a segunda dirigida a estudantes da Escola Secundária do Cartaxo. Fruto de ambas surgiram 26 lugares sentados. A Equipa Reabuse reforçou esse número, criando cerca de 66 lugares sentados a partir de paletes. No total, reutilizámos 180 garrafas e 120 paletes.

    Project Reabuse, in partnership with Reverence Festival Valada, undertook two upcycling workshops, in order to create awareness about the huge amount of discarded materials. Furniture and sculptures were created for the festival’s VIP area, thus avoiding waste. The workshops involved pallets and plastic bottles’ upcycling, the former was open to the general public and the latter was aimed at Cartaxo’s Secondary School students. From both workshops 26 seated places were achieved.Team Reabuse reinforced that number, creating 66 more seated places out of pallets. Overall, we reused 180 plastic bottles and 120 pallets.

     

    cadeira_mangonha

    Cadeira da Mangonha | Mangonha Chair

    deck_chair_burnt

    Espreguiçadeira | Deck Chair

    Trono Reverence | Reverence Throne

    triciclo

    Trike

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