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Silhuet

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EKO Label
Eco-effectiveness and sustainability degree of the product

i Reused / Recycled materials 0%

i Recyclable materials 100%

i Renewable materials 100%

i Toxic free 100%

i Non petroleum plastics 100%

Transport Emitions generated from origin to the factory 0.042kg CO2

i Type of energy used Not renewable

i Generated Emisions from Energetic consume Sin datos

Made in Denmark

Product weight 1.665kg

Distance kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.017 kg CO2 eq
500 km 0.084 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 1.128 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 3.384 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 6.768 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 11.28 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 16.92 kg CO2 eq

Use life cycle 0 years

Aesthetical life cycle 0 years

Emisions generated by Material 1 0.28 kg CO2 eq

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Silhuet designed by Rikke Nogel, Eva Wandel

These slim silhouettes of a city can be assembled exactly how you like. They can become mazes, fortresses or perhaps horse stable. They are beautiful on a window sill or as toys in the children's room. The box also works as a jigsaw puzzle. Like all our other products, the 100% sustainable certified birch plywood pieces are produced at our workshop in Copenhagen, which overlooks the city's many towers.

Description

Characteristics of Silhuet

Main Material Birch plywood Main Colour Blue
Width (cm) 2,5 Depth (cm) 40
Height (cm) 28 Dimensions (Packed) 3x40x28
Weight Packed (Kg.) 1.8000 Weight (Kg.) 1.665

General description of Silhuet

These slim silhouettes of a city can be assembled exactly how you like. They can become mazes, fortresses or perhaps horse stable. They are beautiful on a window sill or as toys in the children's room. The box also works as a jigsaw puzzle. Like all our other products, the 100% sustainable certified birch plywood pieces are produced at our workshop in Copenhagen, which overlooks the city's many towers. This view, combined with memories of vacations in Italian cities have inspired us for this series.