Designers around the world are cleverly finding ways to incorporate waste or upcycling as a means to create novel household products. Cutting back on the need for using virgin materials, Thai design brand Waste is More, has come up with Bend Chair. Adding a spin to the perspective use of recycled materials, the chair is interestingly made with a combination of recycled plastic, coffee waste (chaff), and wood.
Bend Chair adorns the basics of a well-crafted chair to appeal aesthetically. Boasting its minimalist design, it offers functionality and comfort with its curved design. The chair’s make includes a backrest, seat and armrest which are typically made of PlasCoff, offering more surface and usability.
Waste is More works toward crafting products offering sustainable and resilient living for everyone. Bend chair clearly harps on chosen post-consumed materials to create something new that is available with exceptional qualities. The frame of the chair adapts a range of finishes and treatments while being crafted from locally sourced timber.
To maintain uniqueness, Bend Chair offers three color variants to catch the eye. The depth of the color is directly proportional to the use of coffee content in it. Two variants – 10 and 20 percent of coffee content are reflected in the tones of Light beige Crema, sandy-colored Latte and rich brown Espresso respectively. Add some sleek wooden elegance to your home serving to your needs and requirements.
Bend Chair can sit comfortably in your dining room, living room or serve as a side chair or desk chair. Whatever the purpose, the chair is sure to come in handy. Buyers get the liberty to choose from the desired backrest size (small or large) and frame (armchairs or without arms) too. The Bend Chair comes at a price tag of $181.
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