By Poppy Russell. Furniture. Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 00:34:16 AM.
Recycling wastes and reusing them for a variety of functions is a fantastic concept, which will forever in vogue. The piece we're featuring today is one of them, it is made from plastic waste from one of the world's greatest restaurants.
Spanish designer Andreu Carulla was the most ingenious individual behind this collection. As expanded polystyrene is hard to recycle, the designer needed to think of an entirely new procedure.
The polystyrene boxes have been washed prior to being spilled into raw material and then compacted to some mold. Once shaped, the jagged textured objects are awarded an eco-friendly coat, available in 3 colours. The coat offers rigidity, water-tightness and leaves the stools suitable for outdoor usage.
The slightly tapered honeycomb-shaped stools, that can be now being used on the restaurant's patio also, are durable whilst weighing less than two kilograms each. If you're somebody who's worried about character and enjoys original layouts, it is time to acquire a few to the indoor or outdoor space and revel in!
Source : DigsDigs
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