Melting Pot Table

meltng pot table

Perpetuating transience: enormous amounts of used plastics are used to make an indestructible table. Molten disposable plastic gets the sturdiness and strength of marble. Remains of recycled synthetic material is unique and actually too appealing to be called waste. That’s why Dirk van der Kooij collected left over materials, each and every one with its own history, color and pattern. This left over material goes into a ‘melting pot.’ The result: a bold and stylish table with magnificent patterns and colours, and not one is the same. (source: Dirk van der Kooij)

Circular Design Strategies 

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  • Product Durability: this products that can take wear and tear; as Dirk says this is an indestructible table
  • Product Standardization & Compatibility: the different parts can be used for different objects. The foot of this table can also be used for another table. 

Business Model Archetypes

  • Classic long life model

Product Life Cycle stage

  • Mature stage

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