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What better name for this ingenious new product than the Dutch word for newspaper wood, Kranthout. Developed by Mieke Meijer for design company vij5, this product is exactly what it looks like, wood made from newspaper.
This new material made of old newspapers that are rolled together and milled into planks. The versatile product even mimics the appearance of wood grain and can be drilled and sanded just like the real thing.
The designers are currently refining the kranthout design and working to develop further products from it. The relatively small size of the logs will probably limit its applications to a certain extent, but it is easy to imagine attractive pieces of furniture or other heirloom quality objects being made from it.
The kranthout was exhibited as part of the Rematerializing the Future exhibition by Material Sense, which was part of Dutch Design Week.
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