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Vert Design  International industrial design studio based in Sydney.

Glass casting process for @telstra award trophies.

Evolution process of green rice coffee cups. These beautiful ceramic coffee cups are available for purchase, contact us for more info!

Today we are looking back at the Junk Mail Press project we started a few years ago. Experimenting with #paperpulp process allowed us to transform waste paper from magazines and newspapers into daily objects.

The vertical gardens project for central park required us to interpret architectural plans for every level of the building to create the necessary shop drawings for fabrication of support frames and structural brackets.

We made these throphies for @thewoolmarkcompany awards, individually molded, sanded, formed and finished. Each trophy uses around 250gr of ocean waste plastic!

Collaborating with avid road cyclist Dan Bessant of @zilferbrand , we designed the elegant and 'Active-Proof’ Zilfer wallet. The design is an exercise in restraint, we wanted to create a lightweight product with a single & clear benefit of weather-proofing without lacing it with unnecessary features, in turn this helped to retain an elegant & sophisticated visual language for the wallet.

The tool we designed to make trophies for @thewoolmarkcompany, it enables us to use ocean waste plastic. Keep an eye out for the final outcome.

Today we are looking back at the cups we designed, these are a few that we really like

We have been experimenting with gravity fed die-casting technique, a process that allows us to create larger parts using marine debris plastic.
Photo credit: @andylewis_photography

@sagitine Luxe collection is launching at @denfair this year. This is certainly one of our favorite projects, designing unique storage solutions for the things we love. Make sure you check them out at denfair, stand 213.

Repost from @natturnbull :
Marine Debris Bakelite project, developed by @the_sarah_k @supercyclers @andrewcsimpson . They are literally taking plastic from Australian beaches and transforming them into precious objects designed by some of the world's best designers. photo by @scottnewett .
This project is live in Pozible, make sure you invet in the environment:

Giant native pollen sculpture cnc machined from sandstone. This was a Collaboration with sydney-based artist Maria Fernanda Cardoso, translating microscopic scans into 3d CAD models for digital fabrication. Photo by @hassell_studio

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