Rotterdam-based designer Reinier de Jong has recently launched this new piece of furniture called 'PLET'.
It's a small table consisting entirely of waste materials; eighty different strips of reclaimed perspex to be precise, which make up a translucent top hovering above a solid oak base.
The oak is also reclaimed material, which comes from a former dining table top. Traces of a previous life are visible in the plywood connection strip in the wood and the perspex strips have this quality too; all bearing different thicknesses, colours and transparencies.
So due to the source of the materials, each table is unique.
The piece's low, neat, form has a clear reference point in Japanese interiors, as does its subtlety - wherever you put it, 'PLET' will catch the light differently each time.
Also, if you haven't already, take a look here at de Jong's bold 'Volt' table which was on show at this year's Milan Salone...