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Designed by Cordula Kehrer and commissioned by fair trade NGO Preda, the Bow Bin is a whimsical wastebasket made by the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines using traditional basket-weaving techniques. Crafted with sustainably harvested rattan combined with colorful plastic, it has a simple, unpretentious shape that quickly catches the eye—and asks you to consider the place of craft-based cultures, like that of the Aeta, in a globalized economy.
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Since 2005, Brooklyn-based Areaware has made functional everyday objects that elicit an emotional response, allowing emerging talent communicate their ideas on a larger scale. Its products have appeared in national publications like Fast Company, Dwell, and Vanity Fair, and its collection includes the work of Harry Allen, Kiel Mead, and David Weeks, among others.