The 100% Design show organized in London by Dutch publisher Materia in alliance with well known architect and designers such as Zaha Hadid, Renzo Piano and Frank Gehry has come up with innovative home furnishings. The Design show includes the ingenious work of the designers and their floorings and tiles made from waste and discarded objects. The collection comprises Ting’s flooring, which is made from vintage belts. The hard-wearing leather flooring is finished and cleaned without any chemicals and easily fits your walls, tables or bar tops.
The coconut tiles by Ekobe are composed of tiles made from Bahia coconut shells. Each tile varies in color and is concave shaped, but when put together makes for an implausible surface. The most innovative work are these Cubo mosaic tiles, which are made from thin slices of tree branches or deer horns, then filled in with translucent resin. These elegant floorings and tiles can add an entirely new look to your living area.
Via: LA Times