Eco dream: Disposable tableware too stylish to throw away

23.03.2010 Organic : Eco Materials : Bagasse

Tokyo – Disposable tableware is usually cheap, plastic and environmentally unfriendly. However, Japanese tableware designer Wasara has created a range of eco-friendly plates, cups and bowls made from reed, bamboo and bagasse (waste sugarcane) pulp.

The products encompass the qualities that Japanese ceramics are traditionally known for: they are delicate, organic and moulded into beautifully fluid shapes. Each crisp, white piece has one textured surface and one smooth side.

Consumers are increasingly seeking products that express their environmental ideals; for more information see our Retail Report.

Bowl by Wasara Bowl by Wasara
Coffee by Wasara Coffee by Wasara
Maru by Wasara Maru by Wasara
Wine by Wasara Wine by Wasara
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