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    The new pedal bin TIP designed by Konstantin Grcic is the latest addition to a tradition of competent and award-winning products from authentics, the perfect complement to the celebrated CAN, CAP and SQUARE. The innovative and simplified lid-lifting mechanism leads into the curved-shaped metal wire pedal. The ring around the top of the bin not only secures and hides the bin bag contained within, but also shows the litre content of the bin along it’s edge. The characteristically shaped hinge ensures the necessary stability of this robustly constructed professional waste bin. TIP is made out of polypropylene and is therefore hygienic, washable and 100% recyclable. The matt, almost velvety surface of the TIP is tactile, and extremly practical. Should your favourite colour not be listed below, please do contact us or mention the colour you wish on your order in the annotation box.
  • Areaware Bow Bin Diamond Weave Green
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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. Care: For indoor use only. Brand: Areaware. Material: Rattan, Plastic. Color: Green, Tan. Measurements: H 17”. Diameter: 14.50”. Weight: 10 lbs.
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    What a waste can! Diagonal stripes in 3 punchy color ways and a bright contrast interior. Sure to jazz up your trash. Tin, made in Mexico.
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    Design by Cordula Kehrer. By Areaware. This whimsical waste basket is a study in contradiction. Created by German designer Cordula Kehrer, it is produced by the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines via fair trade NGO Preda. Made from sustainably harvested rattan and reclaimed bins, the colorful plastic charmingly offsets the natural wickerwork. This Green version features a plastic bucket/bin base with circle cut-outs split along a diagonal with tightly woven rattan.

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