Brambe turns plastic waste into eco-friendly trinkets

Eco-lifestyle brand Brambe co-founders Bernie Ang (left) and Amanda Tay craft items such as trays, coasters and trophies out of jesmonite and waste materials in their home studio. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Brambe's hexagon coasters incorprating coffee waste. PHOTO: BRAMBE
Brambe's wave coasters. PHOTO: BRAMBE
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SINGAPORE – One is an environmentalist, the other an architect. It seems only natural that when Ms Amanda Tay, 24, and Mr Bernie Ang, 27, went into business together, it would be to design eco-friendly products.

The couple, who are not married, founded lifestyle brand Brambe in August 2021 – selling trays, coasters and other trinkets made from upcycled waste and jesmonite, an eco-friendly material.

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