In Berlin, a city with many transients and low-income, many people tend to settle for cheap furniture and appliances, which leads to a high obsolescence rate and makes the streets a good place to pick up junks. When I first arrived in Berlin, I was surprised to learn that Europeans leave their unwanted furniture lying on the streets. Occasionally, people will take it if it's not in terrible condition, but more often it's just not usable and left as public pollution.
This project, which expected to be released as NFT, conceptually inherit the project “Coast Mining.” These disarray and broken pieces of furniture modeling with photogrammetry. The objects, designed in 3D software, were physically made, consumed and eventually destroyed, are brought back to the software at the end of their journey and rebuilt as digital files to upgrade their scarred and mutilated bodies.