From Scraps to Stone
How does Pierreplume turn cast-off shreds of textile into functional sound absorbent wall panels?
With a bit of ingenuity and a whole lot of design savvy.
The trio that is Pierreplume—Amandine Langlois, Jérémie Triaire and Camille Chardayre—sources waste fibers from industry and clothing manufacture and magically turns them into acoustic wall panels that look like natural stone.
The panels can be customized too, into most any shape, in fact.
Here's an innovative use that's a great substitute for tile.
Pierreplume was created around the notion of the circular economy: "to identify the aesthetic potential residing in materials that are too little considered, invent new uses for them, and create by using as resources the waste produced by our society."
Find out more at Pierreplume.
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