Yesenia Thibault-Picazo has created three household objects out of materials that she believes with be used by craftsmen in the future. The objects start to reuse materials in order to improve the environment. The objects are made out of bone marble, from sheep and cattle that were victims of foot and mouth disease back in 2001.
This London-based designer also incorporated aluminium waste found in the River Thames and plastic debris found in the ocean. Thibault-Picazo said the project isn't intended to solve the problems of the environmental crisis, "but to provoke a reflexion around our conception of nature and ultimately to invite to reimagine how we inhabit the world".
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