Anything to do with Recycled furniture.
Milo with Stefan Lubo
Original Text: "#wheresMilo is with @stefanlubo the great photographer who took pictures of Milo for my first brochure. #recut Stefan has a fascinating history, his family tree goes back over 600 years in Poland. Look out for the blog post I will write about him soon. Tristan Titeux" Stefan Lubomirski de Vaux is a great person to be with, he
Milo with Satish Kumar
Original Text from Instagram 24 July 2012: "#wheresMilo Milo is with Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence & The Ecologist magazine. In his 20's Satish walked on an 8000 mile journey from India to America with no money to deliver a message of Peace to the 4 leaders of the nuclear nations. He passed through Moscow, Paris,
Milo with Wastewatch
Original text: "#wheresMilo is visiting @waste_watch to talk about The ReCut series of furniture and getting kids involved." (The ReCut series is now called the Milo series) http://www.wastewatch.org.uk/ Wastewatch is a charity dedicated to reducing waste in the UK. I visited them with Milo to do a presentation about Milo and waste, and hopefully get Wastewatch to integrate Milo in
Tristan Titeux at the Surface Design Show 2012
The Surface Design Show is a materials show for architects and interior designers. This is the first show I have ever done. I was invited by the SCIN Materials gallery to show some eco materials on their large stand. I am so glad I went, I had the time of my life. For 3 days
The Milo table, Tristan Titeux’s first baby from the “Milo” series.
Milo is a small coffee or bedside table made of recycled waste off cut wood material and unwanted old fitted furniture pulled out of peoples houses. In 2011, after deciding to follow my passion and do something for our planet I started looking closer at how we use materials. I came up with a design
Recycling is not the way to go!
Recycling is a hot word these days, everyone is using it, companies are shouting it out loud. And it is great, recycling is really important, it is a good job that everyone is now talking about recycling, because it makes sense, why waste? Waste makes no sense to us, and taking something and creating something