The latest iteration of Artecnica’s Design with Conscience campaign matches Brazil’s Campana brothers with craftspeople in Vietnam. Enrico Bressan, codirector of the Los Angeles–based manufacturer, says the Campanas’ conceptual, craft-oriented approach made them a perfect fit for the collection—which includes work by Tord Boontje, Hella Jongerius, and Stephen Burks. The brothers proposed a few different ideas, and Artecnica settled on a wicker fruit basket woven inside trashed tires from motorcycles and scooters—now being produced by a group of craftspeople outside Ho Chi Minh City. But in case you’re squeamish about having a used tire on the dinner table, don’t worry: they’re steam-cleaned and given a hygienic protective coating. The Campanas are also developing linen or hemp tire covers for those occasions when you might not want worn treads next to the salad fork.