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gaspard tine-Berès / short-circuit

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gaspard tine-Berès / short-circuit it has been modified: 2017 June 12 di Benedict Flowers

short-circuit is a project by French designer Gaspard Tiné-Berès, a collection of household appliances such as kettles, coffee machines and toasters. Usually the objects are thrown while they are in perfect working order, the quantity of electronic components in the landfills is always greater.

this business model looks for the components among the waste products to use them as resources, part of a system that brings together local production and up-cycling, in order to produce a range of electrical devices with a new life, which can be produced with solutions simple and few tools.

The coffee pot, kettles and toasters, are made of re-used components and glass items like wine bottles and glasses dispensers used in chemistry, the main structure is made of natural cork for its waterproof properties, anti-bacterial and insulation.

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