Terra grass armchair by Studio Nucleo

Terra Grass Armchair lets You Grow Your Own Garden Furniture

Wondering which lawn furniture will suit your backyard? Stop thinking. Instead, let nature take its course by growing eco-friendly grass furniture for you. TERRA grass armchair by Studio Nucleo is organic grow-it-yourself furniture that is capable of forming a natural seat while matching your landscape.

The DIY grow-it-yourself chair design contains few corrugated cardboard pieces and a pack of grass seeds. All you need to do is set up the cardboard frames in your lawn, pack it with soil and sprinkle grass seeds on the pack. After a few days of watering it daily, a beautiful grassy chair grows in your garden.

Originally these Terra grass chairs were sold from 2000 until 2005. But after realizing that self-production is no longer sustainable, designers Andrea Sanna and Piergiorgio Robino of Studio Nucleo stopped manufacturing of the DIY grass chair. After 11 years, they came back with this self-growing furniture on receiving a letter from a woman, who wanted to order Terra chairs for her garden.

On her demand, the designers decided to resume building their signature grass chairs. Currently, the project is seeking funds on Kickstarter for production. A pledge of about $129 can help you secure your DIY kit to create a small Terra armchair. However, for the full-sized chair, you need to spend $279.

Terra chair is a bit pricey, but it offers you the most natural way of creating your own lawn furniture, without any negative impact on the environment. Moreover, you don’t even have to worry about furniture damage due to different climatic conditions.

Terra grass armchair by Studio Nucleo

Cardboard pieces assembled in shape of a chair

Terra grass armchair by Studio Nucleo

Cardboard pieces packed with soil

Terra grass armchair by Studio Nucleo

After a few days, you get natural grass seat

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