Exhibition walls become rocking horses

The Hügli exhibition stand at a local exhibition in Germany could subsequently be reused in a new form. Numerous rocking horses were produced from the cardboard walls. A recycling project in the sense of sustainability.


Recycling the exhibition walls

After a trade fair, the used materials for the stand often end up in the rubbish. In the spirit of sustainability, Hügli had the cardboard walls converted into rocking horses after a local trade fair. Today, children in day-care centres in the Radolfzell region enjoy new playground equipment. 

"The rocking horses are a nice souvenir of the exhibition and the Heimattage. Such sustainable action is entirely in our spirit as a living environmental city."
Martin Staab
Lord Mayor of Radolfzell on Lake Constance, Germany

75 Rocking animals

A total of 75 rocking animals were distributed together with other fair participants. The rocking animals were individually painted by the children and will thus remain unique.

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