A notebook made from recycled paper G. Note Grape Lab
- Eco-friendly notebook made from recycled paper. Made from everyday materials such as coffee and sugar, recyclable.
- Made from: takeaway cups, sugar cane fiber and recycled paper
- Stitched edges
- Designed for easy stacking
The G.Note Coffee & Sugar notebook is one such product that allows you to reuse resources you consume daily, such as coffee and sugar. It's made from three coffee shop-related materials: takeaway cups, sugar cane fibers and recycled paper.
The brand used a variety of paper textures and colors to create an elegant notebook whose pages allow users to jot down notes. The cover of the G.Note Coffee & Sugar notebook has a minimalist design in black. The use of sewing instead of chemical gluing makes the notebook fully recyclable.
By using this notebook, you can help protect the environment by saving trees. What's more, each page of the notebook has a surprising element - after flipping through a few pages, you'll discover a growing tree.
Specifications: dimensions: 16.7 cm x 12 cm. Number of pages: 80. To produce 1 pcs. G.Note used: 20 paper coffee cups, 40 recycled sheets of paper, 20 sugar cane fibers.
Grape Lab is a design studio that works in the field of sustainable design. As part of its work, the company focuses on researching and solving social and environmental problems, such as waste of resources and problems of marginalized people in society. Grape Lab is known for creating unique paper products, including cards, tags, laptop holders, pencils, made from recycled and wood-free papers. They feature innovative folding techniques and have a sustainable life cycle.
The company also promotes a zero-waste culture, using wasted resources to create design projects. Grape Lab also organizes workshops and exhibitions with environmental communities to educate and inspire others to change their habits and approach to environmental protection. One of Grape Lab's important goals is also to provide employment opportunities for vulnerable groups, such as people with disabilities. The company acts as a platform for collaboration, giving these individuals a chance to showcase their talents and gain financial independence. Grape Lab was founded by Alice Kim, a UX designer who, after 10 years in the IT industry, decided to use her experience and skills to solve problems from a sustainable design perspective.