A popular trend in recent years is the frequent replacement of kitchen furniture, which is typically made from materials like particleboard or MDF and is challenging to recycle. In line with this, our proposal is to utilize these materials to create the TAMER tea table, inspired by the designs of the De Stijl art movement that emerged in the early 20th century, renowned for its abstract and minimalist aesthetic based on geometric shapes.

The table’s structure is entirely constructed from recycled kitchen furniture wood, properly treated and adorned with natural paint. This piece of furniture is part of a collection developed in collaboration with the LOOP Project, focused on circular economy, and the Deixalles Foundation, a company specialized in the collection of reusable materials.