Iceland is the only country in Europe that does not recycle any of its glass, yet glass can be recycled again and again. Of all the advantages that glass has, we have chosen to send it to the landfill again and again.
The sand used in glass production is a depleting resource and therefore it is questionable to view glass as a disposable material. Sculptural furniture made from offcut glass and discarded pool floats shine a light on the possibilities of materials we have categorised as unusable.
Let us use the glass, finally returning it to its original form of sand.