Trash Luxe at Liberty photos

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Here are photos of Trash Luxe, an exhibition curated by Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs at Liberty in London. The show features furniture, lighting, homewares and jewellery by young designers who use cheap or worthless materials to create luxury products. Above: Flowerball by Heath Nash.

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Trash Luxe continues on the fourth floor at Liberty, Great Marlborough Street, London until Sunday 30 September. More details on the Trash Luxe website and in our earlier story. See also a short movie about the exhibition here. Above: Custom Made dining table and chairs by Karen Ryan.

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Above: Warbowls by Dominic Wilcox; Poly sofa and table by Max Lamb

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Above: last Gasp ashtray by Committee

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Above: Fracture chairs and Hybridge table by Ineke Hans

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Above: Blossom wall panel by Catherine Hammerton

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Above: Collection wallpaper by Catherine Hammerton

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Above: Flowerball by Heath Nash

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Above: Telephone wire bowls by ZenZulu

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Above: Optical chandelier by Stuart Haygarth

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Above: Optical chandelier (detail) by Stuart Haygarth

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Above: Black Millennium chandelier by Stuart Haygarth

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Above: TranSglass by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffendenimg_1481.jpg

Above: Toy Light by Ryan McElhinney

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Above: Toy Light (detail) by Ryan McElhinney

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Above: TransNeomatic bowls by Campana Brothers

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Above: TransNeomatic bowls (detail) by Campana Brothers

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Above: Poly sofa by Max Lamb

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Above: Sugar Jewellery by Greetje van Helmond

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Above: Sugar Jewellery by Greetje van Helmond

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Above: Unmade vases by Karen Ryan

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Above: view of exhibition

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Above: Styrene lamp by Paul Cocksedge

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Above: Styrene lamp (detail) by Paul Cocksedge

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Above: Custom Made dining chairs and table by Karen Ryan

  • http://www.trendoffice.org Trendoffice

    I think that even when trying to reduce waste we have to search for aesthetics. Otherwise all these efforts can bring about cultivating bad taste. What will follow then?

  • Yuki Kageyama

    Hello.
    I’m a editor.
    I belong to the magazine of Japan named the studio voice.
    I want to photos about “Trash Luxe at Liberty”.
    May I have the photograph of the exhibition?
    I want to get it while being as early as possible.

  • admin

    Hi Yuki, see the website http://www.trashluxe.com for PR contacts. Judith and Jo at Camron can give you everything you want. Regards, Marcus