Yamamoto‘s Flow project explores ways to minimise industrial waste by focusing on a single material – light-gauge steel (LGS).
Daisuke Yamamoto presented his Flow chairs as part of the Dropcity showcase
Commonly used in construction as a strong, lightweight framing option, LGS is also one of the industry’s largest waste products, Yamamoto claims, as it is rarely recycled after demolition.
The designer therefore chose to create a second life for the steel sheets and components as a series of sculptural
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