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Werkstatt 167, Refshalevej 167A, 1432 Copenhagen
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Werkstatt 167, Refshalevej 167A, 1432 Copenhagen
Plastiz
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Plastiz transforms plastic waste into a new surface material 100% recycled and recyclable for visionary designers and architects. Its mission is to respond to the environmental emergency caused by the invasion of plastic waste while delivering a valuable alternative to the use of virgin plastic and other non-sustainable or extractive materials in design and architectural projects. Each panel tells a story of recycling and beauty, giving a new life to soap bottles, caps, spools, old fridges and more, preventing this precious material from being burnt or ending up in landfills. With more than 30 textures in solid and translucent materials, Plastiz panels come in big size and various thicknesses to adapt to countless applications.

In collaboration with Studio WA+CH, Plastiz is part of the Transcendence exhibition which focuses on how we perceive, understand and engage with materials. Plastiz aims to promote a shift in perception when it comes to plastics: from a disposable material to a durable and versatile resource. With Plastiz surfaces, plastic is celebrated for its aesthetic qualities as well as its physical and mechanical properties. The wide range of colors, shapes, and translucency gradients offer endless customization opportunities. Studio WA+CH was founded by Milan-based Taiwanese design duo, Wei Chih Chen and Fuhua Wang. Their design combined with minimal and contemporary aesthetics aims to create timeless products for your daily life.

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