August

Store away, but don't hide away!

This month KFive+Kinnarps wish to highlight our range of lovely litter bins. Our collection of litter bins are designed by some of Europe's leading creative minds. Each serves its practical purpose, while also adding to the character of the space; a piece of furniture designed to be practical and look smart.  

 

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Bin by Materia


A waste basket that swallows more litter as you fill it. With a design that radiates intelligence, individuality and innovation.

Bin consists of an outer shell of steel cut in strips like a paper lantern and finished in white, lined with a circular waste container of plastic. Bin is designed by Front, and has received several design awards.

Designer : Front

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Foga by Nola


The Foga litterbin is a modern basket for recycling for indoor use, with laser cut text for clearer sorting. Four individual modules can be grouped together to form a square, each positioned so that an opening faces each outer side. Easily accessible, Foga signals a new direction for public waste receptacles.


Designer : Eva Herdin

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Vågspel by Materia


Advanced moulding of surfaces in birch veneer or white lacquer have been used to form an elegant receptacle.

Vågspel is available in three sizes with removable bin liner holder with brace for one or two bin liners. Accessories available include a set of castors, and a lid with one or two holes.

Designer : Sandin & Bülow

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Flower Litterbin by Nola

The Flower is designed with a wide opening that makes it easy to place waste inside, encouraging cleaner surroundings.

The litterbin is characterised by the serpentine strips on each corner, and is efficiently designed in two separate parts. The outer shell is made with a generous door panel that swings open to reveal a separate unit inside. The unit holds plastic bags of up to 120 litres in volume, and wheels out to make emptying easy and quick. An excellent choice for outdoor areas and indoor spaces alike.

Designer : Stig Ahlström

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Kite by Trece


A modular piece of furniture designed by Annica Doms. Honoured with the Red Dot Design Award 2012 for its innovative form. The frame is made of shock-resistant powder coated sheet steel that consists of 20% recycled materials. 

Designed for modularity in different configurations with varying cut-outs and milled symbols for different types of waste. 

Designer : Annica Doms

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Pop by Materia


The Pop and Pop Mini waste paper baskets are classically designed waste containers, which are both practical and innovative.

The bin liner is easy to fit and is held in place by the lid of the waste paper basket. The removable lid and the waste paper basket are made of polypropene plastic. The lid of the large Pop is also available in a pressure-welded stainless steel finish.

Designer : Carl Öjerstam

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Tin by Nola


The Tin litterbin has a universal design – its streamlined profile and functional shape are immediately recognisable. Tin’s design is minimalistic which makes it suitable for a wide variety of settings and applications. Tin meets the demands of the heavy pedestrian traffic routed through most public spaces, making it a popular choice for offices, shopping centres and schools.

The lid is available in a choice of openings and colours, and fitted with a hinge support that enables the lid to remain open while being emptied. Words such as ‘Plastic’, ‘Glass’, ‘Paper’ and ‘Waste’ can be laser-cut into the litterbin’s front. Tin is made for use indoors as well as outside.

Designer : Mia Cullin

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