Used lumber or wood are normally destined to be on our landfills. However, Italian designer Matteo Thun had created the disused Venetian mooring posts a new life, used it to design into a stylish table, and was presented at the IMM Cologne. Hailed as the Broccole Venzia, this eco-friendly furniture design is a part of the larger project for Milan furniture wherein designers are instructed to use reclaimed oak from Venice’s waterways. Each uniquely designed table of Briccole Venzia is made of boards cut from the post. Since using a reclaimed material, the leg support depends on the wood’s availability and thus, comes in different angles.