Chris Palmer’s Paper Pulp Series is a Line of Furniture Made of Local Waste Materials

by , 01/02/12

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Furniture maker Chris Palmer recently sent us photos of his Paper Pulp Series, a line of furniture made from a mixture of ground up organic waste. The organic-looking pieces – a table, two chairs and a lamp – are molded using paper pulp made out of local waste materials with local organic materials used as a binder. “With a firm belief in local economics, standard of living and remanufacturing along with my beliefs of new materials being good footing for interesting design work, the Pulp Series was created,” explains Palmer of the series.

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