Gallery: Designer Clinton Sheldon Repurposes Ercol Furniture Parts Into...


We have seen and loved IKEA Hackers because by personalizing, repurposing, and rearranging existing parts and products, there is no need for using new raw materials. Plus, the result is always very creative, ironic and eco-friendly furniture. Following the same concept, new designer Clinton Sheldon created ‘This is Ercol,’ a series of statement furniture pieces made from obsolete and rejected parts from the British traditional furniture company Ercol. Spotted at the recent New Designers Show, ‘This is Ercol’ is all about experimentation, new ways of creative building and adding a fresh design spirit to a traditional British company that have been making craftsmanship furniture since 1920.

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