At Superuse, waste rotor blades are seen as structural and aesthetic elements for large-scale, worldwide adoption in design and architecture.

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Watch the short documentary and photo series to discover how the synergy of professionals and organizations created this remarkable intervention of place-making.

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GREENHOUSE embodies the classic look of a wooden barn and the typical structure of Dutch greenhouses: reused materials combined with DIY community-based building for a low-impact and comfortable living environment.

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A well-documented case study for laser-cut metal sheets reused as a structural element. The extended series features aerial, exterior and interior views.

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Implemented from a former swimming facility at the waterfront in Rotterdam,  Blue City is the now front guard of the circular economy in the Netherlands.

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A brief look behind the scenes to better understand Superuse's approach to design and architecture. This photo series was captured at Superuse's headquarters, the Slaakhuis.

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8000 P.E.T. bottles were reused to build a  landmark of the Vis a Vis theatre company, during a workshop with high school students from Almere.

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The best documentation ever made of a Superuse's project, from urban mining to final results. A worn-out bowling alley floor, deadstock Trespa tabletops, redesigned to give a sustainable yet classy looking ‘living room for academics’.

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An insight into Rotterdam's design fair was created by reusing the previous exhibition's materials. The series is also featuring photos of the launch of the PARICI LAMP by Superuse.

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After a long restoration, we are proud to present the end result of Superuse co-founder Césare Peeren’s home. A beautiful example of how our cities could evolve, re-using pre-existing housing and local material flows.

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Emerged from the former naval machine factory De Biesbosch, Dordtyart is a museum and production house for contemporary sculptural works, an inspiring environment for artists and art lovers.

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MOES is a bar and restaurant oriented to seasonal and local ingredients. Superuse has designed an interior based on the same philosophy: find the materials nearby.

 

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Light and darkness are the two main elements of this series, captured at the 9th edition of Manifesta, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, held in Genk's former coal mining complex. An intervention by Superuse & Refunc.​

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An Italian villa as a teaching ground by Superuse on site to spread circular design tools, methods and thinking to Italian designers, architects, contractors and industry.

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A new community of artists and musicians emerged in one of the buildings in Amsterdam South-East. Two homes have been merged into one spacious home studio to increase the diversity of spaces in the building. 

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Former port's warehouses transformed into an inspiring,  functional and comfortable office space, realised by reusing the brand's own waste from billboards and packaging.

 

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