Paper in 3D and new context

The fiber forming process works in a similar way to classic paper-making, except that the screen is formed three-dimensionally and thus three-dimensional products can be produced, mainly from waste paper. The best-known example of this is the egg packaging. Depending on the form, the end products can have enormous stiffness and stability. Due to its three-dimensionality, paper can thus be thought of in a completely new context.

Shopsystem 'Cellwall‘

The shopsystem ‘Cellwall’ consists of two different wall panels made of cellulose fibers, which are produced in the fiber forming process ,mostly from recycled waste paper. The panels, the corner piece and the straight piece, can be combined in different ways. This results in very different wall structures that can be adapted to the space and the needs. It can be used for large and small areas. The system is a merchandise display and graphic element in one. In addition, it is also recyclable. The elements can be printed, cut and embossed like any other paper.

- cellulose fiber
- fiber forming process
- paper in a new context
- re(up)cycling

Waste paper basket made out of wast paper

What could be more natural than to make a paper waste basket from the same material for which it is intended? The paper waste basket is made largely from recycled waste paper using the fiber molding process. Collaboration with Laura Flotho.

- cellulose fiber
- fiber forming process
- paper in a new context
- re(up)cycling