After successful international premiere in Talent Zone, Copenhagen Furniture Fair, last year, Wood Processing &
Furniture Design students have demonstrated their sustainable design
work - furniture prototypes and interior elements, at Salone Satellite
2008, Milan Furniture Fair, held from 16th-21 April.
Exhibition showed fresh, multi functional elements, new construction principles, as well as projects from REST WOOD DESIGN sustainable design workshop by mentor MA Jelena Matic, held every year at the Center for Tools and Machinery, at Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade.
Organized annually, the workshop operates as an extracurricular activity at the University promoting sustainable creativity through innovative use of industrial wood waste in student furniture and interior design concepts, which often results in real student prototypes, first time experiences, valuable knowledge, and rewards to young designers.
Harmonica by Aleksandar Stamenovic
Miesrolo by Uros Vitas
Cage by Emir Beciragic
Whirl by Marija Manojlovic
Boomerang by Nikola Petkovic
Dna by Marko Vasiljevic
Crossroad by Nemanja Alexic
Piano by Adrian Banc
Linea2 by Milica Nesovanovic
Tweeny by Emir Beciragic
Flexy by Marija Bjelakovic
Torso by Ivana Milovanovic
Touchme by Aleksandar Blagojevic
Link by Milica Jovic
Wavy by Lucija Konjevic
Coupling by Ana Diva
Put in by Marija Manojlovic