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Waste To Wow
In this day and age, where its established that we need sustainability to be instilled to prolong the life of our planet, these designers are certainly making a mark
Mehak Gupta

WORKSHOP Q

WorkshopQ is an innovative eco-product manufacturing company driven by the passion and belief of two like-minded entrepreneurs- Radhika Khaitan Mittal and Madhvi Pittie. They create stunning lifestyle home accessories by re-engineering seemingly useless scrap in an effort to reduce the waste generated by households and factories. In addition to the aesthetics, WorkshopQ hopes to increase awareness concerning both ecological and social responsibilities through its products. Upcycling is the outline of the design-driven green movement that converts waste materials into products with a higher value that looks as chic and new as products from a branded store. Made from waste procured from factories, construction sites, small artisans, households and just about anywhere, along with other eco-friendly material, WorkshopQ aims to establish this as the standard way of creating objects. They make clocks, trays, photo frames, tissue boxes, coasters, cardholders, lamps; just about anything eye-catching and which is of utility! The brand also strives to reduce the impact of its own business by using scrap paper for any documentation, keeping packaging to a minimum and using recycled or recyclable material wherever possible. We think WorkshopQ is definitely setting an example all over the world.

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January 2020