Droog products :: Furniture:: Rag chair

Droog products :: Furniture:: Rag chair

best use of old clothes, make one yourself! just need plywood base and rags and binding strips.

  • This chaise longue is made completely from cork that originates as the waste material from the bottle stopper industry. The pliability of the material allows the user of this lounge to rock gently from side to side or on her back ... This chaise longue is made completely from cork that originates as the waste material from the bottle stopper industry. The pliability of the material allows the user of this lounge to rock gently from side to side or on her back with a great degree of stability. The result is a sensation of floating, weightless and totally supported. Daniel Michalik designs his furniture with the most underutilized, eccentric materials, such as cork, as a way to get closer to our environment. Cork is an environmentally responsible, sustainable, & recyclable material.

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  • A handsome seat, plain and simple, with a slight twist. The backrest features relief cuts that allow it to tilt and spring, giving additional support and comfort to the sitter. Daniel Michalik designs his furniture with the mo... A handsome seat, plain and simple, with a slight twist. The backrest features relief cuts that allow it to tilt and spring, giving additional support and comfort to the sitter. Daniel Michalik designs his furniture with the most underutilized, eccentric materials, such as cork, as a way to get closer to our environment. Cork is an environmentally responsible, sustainable, & recyclable material.

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  • As things become old and lose their usefulness you can throw them away - or you can give them new life like these recycled rail way ties that we have turned into a set of 3 side tables.

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  • In 1991 Tejo Remy designed Chest of drawers: a dresser made of waste material as a comment on our consumer society. It became an icon of the nineties and is now a true collector’s piece. The chest of drawers reached an extended go... In 1991 Tejo Remy designed Chest of drawers: a dresser made of waste material as a comment on our consumer society. It became an icon of the nineties and is now a true collector’s piece. The chest of drawers reached an extended goal by going from recycling to immortalisation.

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  • This has to be the most genius recycling bin I've ever seen. The bin has three different compartments that are three different colors for different types of materials that need to be recycled. Awesome.

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