A second life, a second chance. It is the date for the printed glass of recovery plates, rebuilt with a craftsmanship process that is curved and suited to suit the shapes of stainless steel barrels proposed by Mina.
Glass and steel come together and become a matter of molding and taking shape: a tailor-made production designed to enrich the environment with vintage details of industrial taste while maintaining the cleanness and formal rigidity of MINA's own mood.
Stories of materials that meet, and that do not lose the traces of their past but resume life by creating exclusive objects. Unique pieces, like the story of each of us. Accompanied by a document that uniquely tells its provenance. But the fascination of materials and stories becomes for Mina an opportunity to say more: the craft experience combined with the strength of the industrial process can have an eco-sustainable soul.
The practice of reuse in design is not a bond but a wealth, and sustainable beauty is worth more. That's why associating with stainless steel, recyclable at 100%, is a reused material such as printed glass: this can come from glassware, from out of production slabs, but also from a broken glass of a retro-flavored door. A way to once again emphasize the environmental responsibility of the company and the contribution that each one can make to the growth of a circular economy.