€7.000,00 incl. VAT
Cabinet from the Achttien collection.
The Achttien collection, reveals the hidden beauty behind scrap.
Three objects — a chest; a stool and a shelf deeply rooted on a zero waste principle, compose the Achttien collection designed by Haring, Frank Stabel, & —Voud, Jan Jacobs.
Achttien is the result of an ideological intention by which the material choice underlined the furniture’s size, shape and proportions insofar to maximise the use of material and thus minimise wastage.
A singular material delineates these three objects. Discarded yoghurt pots, chopping boards, plastic packaging and bottles (among other waste streams) are carefully selected, arranged and pressed into 2m x 1m terrazzo-like slabs that are later transformed in the hands of Haring —Voud.
Available in different colour waves, each slab of recycled plastic has a unique composition and appearance that tell their own recycling tale. Soft and warm to the touch, their mottled appearance reveal, at a close look, recognisable scraps of packaging on the surface.
+ Production & Shipping
All pieces are made to order and are finished and assembled by hand in Belgium.
Due to the made to order nature of this product, we are not able to accept exchanges or returns.
Please allow a standard lead time of 10-12 weeks. Production will only start after all order details have been confirmed and deposit received.
Orders require a 50% non-refundable deposit for production to start. Goods will be ready to ship within the lead times specified with receipt of payment in full.
+ Technical details
The cabinet is crafted from four 2m x 1m terrazzo-like slabs which vary in detail and character.
Dimensions: 152 x 50 x 104 cm / 192kg