Vipp fiber material

Vipp fiber material

Wood leftovers from Vipp’s tabletop manufacturing and industrial plastic waste is reprocessed and transformed into a new Vipp signature fibre material shaping the body of the bin.

Wood leftovers from Vipp’s tabletop manufacturing and industrial plastic waste is reprocessed and transformed into a new Vipp signature fibre material shaping the body of the bin.

Vipp fiber material

Vipp fiber material

 

A recycled shall – Paddling together a granulate of industrial plastic leftovers and sawdust from Vipp’s our furniture production have paved the way for a new material upscaling the use of recycled materials in Vipp’s bestselling product. The compound hatches a unique light grey colour with visible surface structures created by the raw materials. Rather than a colour coat, the bin corpus is dressed in its natural and raw state. For durability purpose the body is treated with a protective surface coating.

 

 

A recycled shall – Paddling together a granulate of industrial plastic leftovers and sawdust from Vipp’s our furniture production have paved the way for a new material upscaling the use of recycled materials in Vipp’s bestselling product. The compound hatches a unique light grey colour with visible surface structures created by the raw materials. Rather than a colour coat, the bin corpus is dressed in its natural and raw state. For durability purpose the body is treated with a protective surface coating.

 

Signature fiber

Wood leftovers are sourced locally in Denmark from Vipp’s tabletop manufacturing, while plastic waste is sourced from amongst others the leftover plastic wrapping of textile roles used in Vipp’s sofa production.

Saw dust
Plastic granulate
Signature fiber