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A Pink House
by Savvas Laz

Photo by DSL Studio, Melania Dalle Grave, Agnese Bedini

Savvas Laz has designed A Pink House in Kastellorizo, Greece.

This project is the first interior design assignment using the designer, Savvas Laz's Trashformers methodology. Discarded polystyrene packing crates found around Athens have been used to create all the objects of the interior in an all-white concept.

Trashformers propose a punchy and positive vision for our apocalyptic times. These sculptural designs speak of the misled legacy of the 20th century through their non-biodegradable found materials.

By taking it and transmuting it by embodying the current century's potential for a distributed rescue mission, it works through acts of reimagining and gestures of reconstruction.


This project has been longlisted in the sustainable interior category of Dezeen Awards 2022.

Designer: Savvas Laz

Project: A Pink House

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