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Brief Published: 21 Nov 2011

UnPølished by Dik Scheepers


UnPølished is a series of experimental furniture by Dutch designer Dik Scheepers made from papercrete – a material made from combining discarded paper pulp and cement.

The material, originally used for creating blocks and building houses, is economically sustainable, light weight and can be moulded into versatile forms.

Scheepers experimented with different types and quantities of paper – each one providing the material with a distinct character – to create a range of seating and shelving blocks with varying textures and surfaces.

Dik Scheepers