Amy Hunting makes wood waste a thing of beauty

Sometimes we come across designers with a body of work we enjoy so much we just have to show it all to you. Norwegian designer Amy Hunting, based in London, is one such example.


Patchwork_collectionThe Patchwork Collection was her graduate project at Denmark’s School of Design in Copenhagen. These quirky designs are made entirely out of wood waste from Danish factories.


Similarly, the Blockshelf uses wood collected from local timber importers waste bins in London, with rope tying it all together with traditional sailing knots.


We very much enjoyed perusing through her catalogue of work, and can’t wait to see what she does next.

Book supports01Book supports duohooky01Felt and gravity complete collection 2Storage box and Book supports

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