Daisuke Yamamoto presents recycled steel chairs under Milan railway arch

Japanese designer Daisuke Yamamoto presented recycled steel chairs on podiums of the same material as part of an exhibition in Milan, which has been shortlisted for a 2023 Dezeen Award.

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

→ Continue reading at Dezeen

[ufc-fb-comments url="http://www.newyorkmetropolitan.com/design/daisuke-yamamoto-presents-recycled-steel-chairs-under-milan-railway-arch"]

Latest Articles

Related Articles