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Classic Stools Made from Sawdust and Recycled Plastic Bags
Posted By Diane Pham On December 22, 2010 @ 5:30 pm In Design,Green Interiors,Green Materials,Innovation | 2 Comments
It’s always a good idea to have extra seating  on hand – you never know who’s going to crash your holiday party. But don’t see an extra chair as a battle for space – created by Kulla Design , the 50% Sawdust is a convenient and compact stool that’s been formed from a mixture of sawdust and plastic bags. The inspiration for their stool came from a desire to find new uses for sawdust, while also exploring new ways to interpret the material . Each seat joins plastic and wooden sawdust with heat to create a homogeneous mixture that can be pressed into an aluminum mold and baked into its final form. Each stool also features removable legs, for quick disassembly and storage.
+ Kulla Design 
Via Design Milk 
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