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Azure Magazine November December 2022 Cover: The Residential Interiors Issue

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Offcut Kitchen by Second Edition

If there is one lesson that designers can learn from the culinary world, it is how to approach today’s scraps as tomorrow’s starting points. With Offcut Kitchen, Sydney design firm Second Edition turns fresh attention to overlooked ingredients. Incorporating a combination of upcycled offcuts, reclaimed appliances and re-used marble, the studio’s concept is the culmination of a thesis that co-founders Amy Seo and Shahar Cohen completed last year at the University of Technology Sydney.

Close-up view of a cabinet in Second Edition's Offcut Kitchen
To create Offcut Kitchen, segments of fibre-reinforced plastic grating were salvaged from a local staircase project that had specified a translucent green balustrade.

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