LOWLIT COLLECTIVE is a sustainable furnishing design studio that repurposes discarded plastic with a new lease of life to create a local-community-based culture of recycling.
LOWLIT first coined the term “Tikkle Plastic”, referring to small-sized plasticthat is not likely to be recycled. The studio has also developed a unique type of bio-composite pellets that blended Tikkle Plastics with Hemp by-products.
With multidisciplinary creative portfolios and distinguished artwork style, the studio has been invited to renowned exhibitions and also offers sustainable design consulting for its partner brands.
The studio’s key products include Taisan Bench, which was developed through LOTTE Chemical’s resource circulation social venture fostering program, Project LOOP Social Venture: The connecting loop, Pep-side Table, which was made entirely of Pepsi bottle caps, and Reefy, a structure for an exhibition that isscheduled for release in November 2022. LOWLITwill also release interior decoration tiles at the end of this year.