AHEC presents the way forward for South African Design

by Editors Staff

The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) presents Future Heirlooms, a undertaking in collaboration with designer collective At all times Welcome, producer and designer Houtlander and timber importer BOS Timbers, highlighting the work of South African designers and exploring the way forward for sustainable design. 

The result’s a group of seven items by Dokter and Misses, MashT Design Studio, TheUrbanative, Kumsuka, Kalki Ceramics, Joe Paine in partnership with Nathan Gates, and Nøde Studio, seeking to the longer term whereas celebrating every inventive’s heritage and South Africa’s design legacy. 

Sustainable potential

‘Now Now’ – digital grandfather clock and repository for household data and memorabilia by Joe Paine & Nathan Gates.

(Picture credit score: AHEC)

As with all of AHEC’s initiatives, Future Heirlooms is a chance to spotlight its supplies’ sustainable potential. The lumber for the undertaking arrived on the South African port of Durban carbon detrimental, which means that there was extra CO2 sequestered inside the delivered lumber than was launched all through the method of making ready the fabric. Solely simply over one cubic metre of wooden was used to fabricate all seven items, and for his or her lifetime, they’ll preserve round 1,069 kg of CO2 out of the ambiance.

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