“We are convinced that eco-friendly products will be the next generation lifestyle icons and as a brand we want to aim to be the frontrunners.”
WorkshopQ was started by two like-minded well educated sisters who simply could not resist re-thinking about all the waste lying around us. They wanted to start a movement instead of just simply a ‘business’. WorkshopQ was thus born out of that very need to innovate with creativity, sustainability and functionality.
WorkshopQ believes that there is scope to upcycle (converting waste materials or useless products into new materials and products) and reuse in every process and way.
Polygonal Wooden Clock
A carpenter’s workshop was scoured and from the tons of waste wood pieces this contemporary clock was designed and created after appropriate buffing and finishing.
Steel Framed Mirrors
These handsome mirrors were carefully handcrafted from high-carbon steel strip waste, salvaged from the scrap yard of a steel factory. Completely handmade using a no-glue technique, where all the steel strips are linked with nuts and bolts, makes this mirror even more sustainable.
Wire Matted Tissue & Storage Boxes
Handloom weaving is regarded as India’s second biggest economic activity. A twist was added to this traditional weaving technique by using old discarded telephone wires sourced from telephone exchanges. These elegant boxes made by weaving together these wires are not only elegant but very robust and useful as well.