by Berfin Tas

The goldsmith recycling centre allows ordinary people to recycling gold out of their old electronic devices. In our current world every human that owns an electronic device owns gold as chips in the electronic devices are made from gold. The centre will have three steps to recycle gold; 1. extract chip from the device, 2. chemical extraction, 3. make it into something you want. The stone walls of the building are used to represent the past. Gold was minded in the past and only the wealthy owned gold. Similarly, in the past buildings were made from mainly stone. The glass walls represent the current world. Today gold is recycled and decrees in minding. Also, modern buildings are made from mainly glass. Therefore, there is a use of stone and glass to juxtapose between the use of gold in the past and today.