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Dan Goldstein’s Re-Ply Chair is a Minimalist Recliner Made from Recycled Cardboard

Posted By Lauren On October 24, 2012 @ 5:30 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

Re-ply, recycled cardboard chair, Dan Goldstein, recycled materials, green chairs [1]

The Re-Ply reclining chair [2] uses a patent-pending molding technique to shape four plys of cardboard into a strong comfortable shell. Not only does the re-ply use cardboard in a way never done before, its formal characteristics are unique for a reclining chair of any material. The chair has a very low environmental impact as well, because it is made primarily from upcycled cardboard, uses minimal hardware and can be completely recycled. The Re-Ply is planned for production and has just launched on Kickstarter [3].

+ The Re-Ply [2]

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/new-post-submission-1294/re-ply-chair-3/

[2] The Re-Ply reclining chair: http://there-ply.com/

[3] Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1146058256/the-re-ply-chair

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