Hence, several companies are now driven by a view of sustainable design, meant as the “strategic approach” to the product based on processes and materials with the least impact on the environment. In this regard, they are constantly focused on the search for sustainability.
There are several “ways of being” eco-sustainable. Among others, two of the most important certainly are: giving new life and new value to unused objects, which are forgotten and then thrown away while still suitable; and using production and processing materials that are waste for someone but resource for others. After all, it has always been said that “someone’s rubbish is someone else’s treasure”, just a little creativity is enough.
Recycling, recovering, reusing, regenerating have become key concepts and represent the main drivers of sustainable development.
In the furniture sector recycling and re-use of old furniture and objects is becoming Art that finds an ever-increasing application, especially by young visionary designers. We refer, for example, to the creative reuse of everyday objects such as glass and plastic bottles or the pallets, used to create the most varied furnishing elements.