"Bin Bin" Waste Paper BasketsPrice: $55.00
The award-winning Bin Bin Waste Paper basket, stylishly and playfully mimics its intended contents. Offered in Black, Red or White. Read More
The award-winning Bin Bin Waste Paper basket, stylishly and playfully mimics its intended contents. Offered in Black, Red or White.
The award-winning Bin Bin Waste Paper basket, stylishly and playfully mimics its intended contents. John Brauer design. Made in Germany.
Material(s): Polyethylene plastic
Dimensions: 13" Dia X 13" H
AMC-ES-BNBK ES-BNBK AMC-ES-BNRD ES-BNRD AMC-ES-BNWT ES-BNWT
Very nice design
By: Paul M., Architect (Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada)
A very well designed product which is sure to be a conversation piece. Highly recommended.
By: Eric L., Homeowner (Chicago, IL)
Great and playful waste paper basket for our office. Looks like crinkled paper. Basket is a good size too.
By: Matthias S., Renter (12866 NY)
By: Cityview T., Homeowner (Spokane, WA)
We are furnishing a new, modern town home and wanted something different for the powder room trash cans. We fell in love with the sweet playfulness of the Bin Bins. They seem young and ready to serve, like a teapot that looks like it can't wait to pour. Yes, the plastic looks like ordinary plastic--I thought it might be a little glossier, a little more high-end for the price. But we bought these for the design and we are not disappointed.
By: IHeartToms, Homeowner (San Francisco)
Great design, product looks just like it does on the website visually. Spec's are accurate although I wish I had read the material a little more carefully. I was expecting it to be smoother plastic. Very happy to have found a more interesting bin options than the usual.
Finally, a cute garbage can!
By: Anna S., Homeowner (New York City)
I'd been looking everywhere for a cute garbage can, and almost all of the ones I saw in shops were stainless steel and boring. My only wish is that there were some way to see more of it - once you put the garbage bags in, it's harder to see its interesting design, which is too bad. Still a lovely, unique wastebin.
Designer: John Brauer
John Brauer (born 1960) has been in almost all parts of the world - exploring, working, visiting and collecting impressions of different cultures to a mind of comprehensiveness. He has worked with communication, product and graphical design for various companies the past 15 years. His original style is expressed through deep involvement and quest of new values. He has also exhibited a major talent for furniture design — including his Move table for Paustian.View other products by John Brauer
Objects designed by Essey focus on the core of issues, identified from observations and experiments and redefined in new concepts, challenges today's conventional thinking. New values, essential to an issue, are expressed and communicated in product forms and functions. Creativity, imagination and innovation are key themes of Essey products.
The Essey brand name is derived from the word essential forming the very core of our values and inspiration. Nature is a powerful source of inspiration due to the evolutionary and organic fundamentals of minimalist success factors. Ultimately nature acts using the simplest means — the essentials.View other products from Essey