废旧报纸的重生,大有可为

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【介绍】


废旧报纸的重生


废旧报纸可以回收大家都知道,可是回收后的报纸能做什么你知道吗?在设计师Woojai Lee的手下,废旧报纸重获新生,变成了椅子,咖啡桌等家具和仿若大理石光滑外表的建筑用砖。这些报纸造出来的砖不仅可以再搭建不同的家具而且结实非凡,令人惊叹。


众所周知,报纸是可回收的,但是再利用的时候,纸的纤维就会断裂,效果大打折扣。而将废旧报纸直接转化成建筑材料则减少了流失,效果跟传统木结构不相上下。


整个工艺过程就是第一步把废报纸融成纸浆,在纸浆中添加浇水,第二步就是浇灌在模具中,第三步在模具中的纸浆晒干后取出,在磨平。每个成型的砖块都是长11.8英寸,宽4英寸,高2英寸,触感光滑。


2016年十月22日到30日将在荷兰展出Woojai leede 纸砖设计。


【原文】


Designer Woojai Lee recycles newspaper into “marbled” furniture


Designer Woojai Lee gives old newspapers new life as furniture and building bricks. Lee's Paper Bricks line is made from stacks of discarded periodicals recycled into benches, coffee tables and bricks with a soft-hued marble-like skin. The bricks can be stacked into any desired shape, and, according to the designer, are 'as sturdy as real bricks'.


Paper is among the most produced and discarded materials in the world. It can be recycled, but through each cycle it loses quality as the fibers grow smaller. That’s why Eindhoven-based Korean designer Woojai Lee decided to turn discarded newspaper into a new building material instead. The project includes small tables and benches, as well as bricks that look like concrete masonry units and can be cut, milled and sanded just like regular wood.


The material is made by first turning newspaper into pulp, and then mixing it with wood glue and molding it into shape. After setting, the bricks are taken out of the molds to dry and then sanded to create smooth edges. The resulting 2-inch-thick bricks measure 4 inches wide by 11.8 inches long and boast a unique marbled look that the warmth and soft tactility of paper.


We spotted Woojai Lee’s ‘Paper Bricks’ at the Design Academy of Eindhoven‘s Graduation Show during Dutch Design Week, held in the Netherlands from 22-30 October, 2016.

 

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