The creation process and materials were carefully curated around a common optimism about the future of space design, an approach that recognizes its fluidity and validates its need for change. Recycled metal terrazzo flooring, a frozen textile stool, a water ripple changing unit, sigma profile hangers, a green airplane-wing bench, and AI-generated furniture. These are just some of the futuristic elements that make up the physical space of the Reflect Studio stores.
The project seeks to create experimental composites diversified with production techniques that recycle surplus materials belonging to the production phases of textile and architectural practices. In a renewed outlook on what it means to be sustainable within this new nature, the experimental use of production waste was put to test. Waste aluminum parts became the aggregate of the recycled metal terrazzo flooring, creating a durable and maintenance-free element. Leftover fabrics from the textile production phases were fixed with resin and transformed into a Frozen Textile Stool. Plastic packaging bags that accumulated as a result of the production process were recycled and turned into epoxy resin shelves.