Coconut mid-ribs, or lidi in the local language, is a material that has been used widely in Indonesia, but mostly as brooms or placemats, with no further thoughts put into it. For her graduation project at Industrial Design ITB, Meirina took this presumably inferior material and conducted experiments to explore it further, resulted in a number of interior elements: lighting accessories, containers, tableware, etc.
For his graduation project at the Industrial Design section of ITB, Frans chose to explore the glass waste, caused by thrown empty bottles or broken glasses. After conducting a series of experiment, he came up with the final product: a lighting accessory.
For his graduation project at the Industrial Design section of ITB, Apid Rustandi conducted a research on cassava skin, which are available in abundant as a waste of cassava chips industry. He turned the waste into a lighting accessory.
Amelia Rachim explored the waste of a fishing industry for her final project at the Industrial Design section of ITB: fish skin, which are normally thrown away and burnt. She came up with a concept to preserve, clean and dye the skin pieces and apply them on products such as lighting accessories, tableware and stationery.
A graduation project of an Industrial Design student, Agrina Librata, who processed excessive, waste shopping plastic bags into an interior element.