Furnishings reflect Superplum studio’s philosophy, that is the design and realization of refined dwellings, both in terms of spaciousness and furniture. The goal is to bring back to life objects and material which would otherwise be destroyed or removed from the market. Our civilisation, even though currently so far from its origins, lays its roots on the idea of recovery and recycling. In the past, nothing had to be thrown out or wasted and this was true for both food and common everyday objects. Today’s consumerism led to its most extreme, that is piles of garbage and a wrong attitude towards what “used to be”. If it is easier to buy rather than to assemble materials and objects with creativity, than man will chose the easiest way…until all sources will run out. In contrast to this, Superplum aims at thinking about the meaning of both spaces surrounding us and objects filling them by uniting contemporaneity and past and mixing up different languages with the clear goal that we must, whenever and wherever possible, recover and recycle in a modern way. This might imply the use of poor quality materials, which expertise, craftsmanship and passion can skilfully re-elaborate. An example of this is the yellow lamp of “dress light up” collection: it is part of a collection of 8 lamps made out of cashmere knitting that haute couture industry discarded due to small defects. We believe that these very reasons make them unique.