Deserving of attention: Melting Pot table by Dirk Vander Kooij

Melting Pot table was constructed of used plastics, including leftover products like old toys and VHS videos.

Dutch designer Dirk Vander Kooij has launched the Melting Pot table, which was constructed of used plastics, including leftover products like old toys and VHS videos.

Made of two large pieces, a table top and conical base, Melting Pot table fits together like a puzzle. Nothing is added to the melted and molded plastic, said to be both a testament to recycling and to ingenuity.

Melting Pot table comes in various colors, including Blue Devil, Black Orange, and Leopard. It can also be made to a client’s specifications.

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