You can usually spot a RCA graduate student project form a mile away - and they never fail to be mind blowing.
From Co.Design: Student Makes Stools From A Butcher’s Discarded Cow BonesAma Darko Williams is taking furniture design back to caveman times. A 24-year-old masters student in Innovation Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art in London, Williams rooted around the garbage of a butcher shop in London recently, found a bunch of big, juicy cow bones, then arranged them into what are perhaps the world’s most sustainably designed stools. What’s greener than sitting down to dinner on bones stripped from the very meat you’re eating?
Posted on Monday, 7 May 2012