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One mans waste is another mans treasure. In the case of designer Tejo Remy who in 1991 made a “Chest of Drawers” from waste material as a comment on our consumer society, he managed to redirect scrap items from “recycled to immortal”. It became an icon of the nineties and is now a true collector’s piece. For the 100th Chest, Dutch jewelry designer Ted Noten created a special perspex drawer which is perfect for the hidden items like your valuables and special keepsakes. In the picture you can see this additional drawer right in the center. The Chest currently resides in numerous museums around the world and still stands as a reminder that we can reuse and recycle. 23.6″ x 43.3″ x 47.2″ 440.9lbs.

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