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ViewQwest gets a green upgrade with ipse ipsa ipsum! Singaporean internet provider ViewQwest collaborated with ipse ipsa ipsum to refresh their office space…
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Upcycled Circuit Board Workstation
ViewQwest gets a green upgrade with ipse ipsa ipsum! Among the many other sustainable creations for their space is an office table made out of computer chips -- e-waste from years back! This tangible representation of eco-conscious change help gain a new perspective on the power of creativity, and reinvigorate ViewQwest's commitment to upholding a sustainable business in the years to come. Learn more about our green projects at the link in our bio.
two computer monitors sitting on top of a table covered in circuit boards and other electronics
Upcycled Circuit Board Workstation
As our founder Saurabh Mangla shares, "Sustainability is not just about changing things with renewable materials, but about being creative with the assets that already exist within the company, and using them in a cost-saving yet functional way." This holds true for our handcrafted office tables fashioned from various e-waste from the Singapore internet provider ViewQwest's early years. Fun, full of character, and best of all, sustainable!
a laptop computer sitting on top of a wooden table next to a red chair in front of it
Upcycled Circuit Board Workstation
With the rise of technology, excessive waste is one of the major problems most first world countries experience. As such, we look to new ways to reimagine discarded materials and turn them into functional pieces that showcase true craftsmanship and artistry. Check out this unique office table we made for the Singaporean internet provider! Crafted from various e-waste, it goes to show that creativity goes a long way in helping achieve sustainability. Discover more meaningful statement pieces, only from ipse ipsa ipsum!
two chairs and a table in a room with a television on the wall behind them
Sustainably Redesigned Office Lounge Corner
Our latest collaboration with internet provider ViewQwest showcases our unique eco-conscious designs from discarded materials. One such highlight is the lounge corner, fitted with a wooden coffee table and sleek chairs. The wood came from old doors and windows, charred by hand with inspiration from the Japanese technique Shoso Giban. A beautiful black nickel finish, on the other hand, gave a refreshingly modern take on the director's chairs. These small yet significant changes in the environment help project a visible commitment to sustainability among its employees. Thank you for the trust, ViewQwest!
there are many plants that are in the planters
V-Shaped Planter Boxes
Singaporean internet provider ViewQwest collaborated with ipse to refresh their office space using materials from their ever-evolving tech journey throughout the years. Among the innovative designs are the V-shaped planters to reflect the brand name. ipse founder Saurabh Mangla shares, "Sustainability is not just about changing things with renewable materials, but about being creative with the assets that already exist within the company, and using them in a cost-saving yet functional way."
two bonsai trees sitting on top of a wooden table in an office setting with black chairs
Reclaimed Wood Meeting Table with Trees
Singaporean internet provider ViewQwest collaborated with ipse to refresh their office space using materials from their ever-evolving tech journey throughout the years. Among the innovative designs are the shared tables with trees in the middle. ipse founder Saurabh Mangla shares, "Sustainability is not just about changing things with renewable materials, but about being creative with the assets that already exist within the company, and using them in a cost-saving yet functional way."
the inside of a computer motherboard sitting on top of a table
Upcycled Circuit Board Table
Singaporean internet provider ViewQwest collaborated with ipse to refresh their office space using materials from their ever-evolving tech journey throughout the years. Among the innovative designs are the tabletops crafted from various e-waste from the company. ipse founder Saurabh Mangla shares, "Sustainability is not just about changing things with renewable materials, but about being creative with the assets that already exist within the company, and using them in a cost-saving yet functional way."
a red phone booth sitting inside of a building
London Inspired Telephone Soundproof Meeting Box
Singaporean internet provider ViewQwest collaborated with ipse to refresh their office space using materials from their ever-evolving tech journey throughout the years. Among the innovative designs is the London telephone booth-inspired soundproof box which can be used for short call meetings with assured privacy. ipse founder Saurabh Mangla shares, "Sustainability is not just about changing things with renewable materials, but about being creative with the assets that already exist within the company, and using them in a cost-saving yet functional way."