"Nordic by nature! This 're-design' represents an answer to the trend of sustainable working methods."
Superbude's six floors were redesigned to create a long-term home, the idea being to work with materials and objects that are totally different in purpose, thereby creating a weird and wonderful new dimension. Sofas have been covered with used jeans, kitchen sinks made out of seamen's chests, and old water pipes have been screwed together to create shelves and tables. Considering Hamburg is a harbour town, some of the furniture has been made out of pallets and thick ropes.
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