Nike’s Concept Store in Shanghai Built with 100% Trash

Miniwiz Sustainable Development Ltd., a Taiwanese architectural firm, completed a building in Shanghai, China, at the end of July, built with 100% trash. The building, Nike’s newest concept store, used 5,500 soda cans, 2,000 PET water bottles and 50,000 old CDs and DVDs, the company says.

The suspension ceiling system of the Nike X158 Hyper Nature was designed to adapt to different exhibitions and retail programs over time: almost everything is adjustable, freeing the floor plan for future installation and lighting conditions. All materials used are urban mined 100% recycled from consumer lifestyle trash. No glue, all single material assembled mechanically ensures that all materials can be 100% re-recycled seperately.

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