The Farmline Chair

Posted on May 3, 2010 in Furniture design

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The body of the chair consists of only a single metal tube that runs in a threadlike fashion around the chair, forming three legs. The cuplike seat is attached to the body from the front and from the backrest, and the chair’s skeletal structure allows it to be stacked.

Hemp fiber is an ecological material, as it is cultivated and processed locally at a near-by farm. This is carried in the name itself: ”Farmline”. Hemp fiber can be recycled thanks to its adhesive (PET), enabling us to reuse it for good instead of throwing it away: thus its life cycle does not end in the litter box, as all of its materials can be recycled and then re-introduced in production.

 

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