Table with top in black coal, frosty sprinkles, meadow green or white marble 100% recycled plastic material. Frame in oak or white pigmented ash. Stain as option.
Every Tinnef tabletop is unique and since it's made of recycled material it can vary in colour and appearence.
Size diam 45cm, height 53cm.
From trash to table
Though Tinnef means rubbish in Yiddish, it’s the opposite of trash. It was designed by Charlotte von der Lancken at CVDLAB as a response to humanity's excessive use of plastic. The eye-catching series of tabletops – Frosty sprinkles, Meadow green, White marbled, and Black coal – are made of 100% recycled plastic waste like bottles, packages, containers, and appliances, making each table one of a kind. Since Tinnef’s inception, the raw material has changed, and it will continue to do so. Tinnef, just like recycled waste, is a reminder of the fragility of our planet. Regardless of its origin, Tinnef will always be an explosion of mesmerising colours and patterns, transforming your space into a kaleidoscope of visual wonder – a constant metamorphosis, a gorgeous fingerprint, and a conscious footprint.
100% recycled PET-packaging waste + cosmetic bottles to achieve the coloured flecks. Material is translucent.
100% recycled goods such as fridges and dishwashers etc, and a small amount of green pigment. High impact polysterene.
100% reclaimed medical equipment, combined with “waste” food packaging. PET.
100% waste yoghurt pots with small details of metal foil from the packaging. High impact polysterene.
“In the move towards using fossil-free plastics, we must take care of things that already exist. I have created a new life for plastic waste in the form of a colourful table that still bears the marks of its history as a plastic bottle.”
Weight: 5,8 kg
Diameter: 45 cm
Height: 53 cm