Cool Recycling – Remix Cushions from UPPERCASE

The label UPPERCASE considers their left over stock as a valuable resource. They recycle their materials into a new and fascinating product: decorative cushions with a mix-and-match look.
July 27, 2012 - PRLog -- What can you do with items that have been produced with tiny little faults, but are otherwise flawless? And what to do with left over stock from last year’s collection when you need space for new models? UPPERCASE who has been causing a furore since 2008 with knitted scarves in distinctive graphic designs (meanwhile in more than 15 countries) came up with a creative solution. They consider their “leftovers” as a valuable resource, rather than junk that must be gotten rid of. So they started to process these materials into a new and fascinating product: decorative cushions with a mix-and-match look. Colourful, wild, bold, and only available while stocks last.

The collection is called REMIX and it features cushions with measurements of 70 x 40 cm. The front is made from knitted patches sewn together and the back is made from washed, naturally coloured linen. For animal welfare reasons the designer pair decided on a high-quality synthetic filling. The tikking is 100% made in Germany just like the exterior. It is in the nature of things that every model of these cushions can only be manufactured a few times until the ingredients run out. In exchange there will always be new combinations.

With this new product UPPERCASE demonstrates that recycling is not only good for the environment, but it can also be very exciting.

REMIX cushions are made in Germany – just like all UPPERCASE products. They retail at 220 Euros in selected shops and online at

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