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Biodegradable Rattan Iglu by Berta Riera Pomés and Yunwei Zhu

Posted By Ana Lisa Alperovich On January 2, 2012 @ 3:20 pm In green furniture,Green Materials | No Comments

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Berta Riera Pomés [1] and Yunwei Zhu have used sustainable materials to create a cute ‘Iglu’ shelter that serves as a quiet place to hide or a fun object to roll around the house. Measuring 2.6 feet in diameter and made from biodegradable rattan [2] (a durable plant fiber often used for making furniture [3] or weaving baskets), this eco-friendly cocoon will rock your world.

+ Berta Riera Pomés [1]

Photo © Berta Riera Pomés


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[1] Berta Riera Pomés: http://www.bertariera.net/

[2] rattan: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rattan

[3] furniture: http://inhabitat.com/made-in-china-emilie-voirin-reinterprets-iconic-chairs-in-biodegradable-bamboo-and-rattan/

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