Gallery: Mathias Bengtsson’s Zebra-Like Biodegradable Paper Chair Bring...

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Making our way across town at this year’s Copenhagen Design Week, we spotted the Paper Chair – a striking sculptural seat that combines a humble biodegradable material with cutting-edge technology. Created by Danish-born, London-based designer Mathias Bengtsson, this stripy, zebra-like, layered chair is made from thousands of paper sheets glued together. The Paper Chair is a great example of the potential of eco-design, as it has no frame, no joints and no screws, but still manages to boast a stunning, modern form!

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  1. changr November 7, 2011 at 10:41 am

    where can we buy this?

  2. Luxury Interior Design September 6, 2011 at 7:45 am

    This is absolutely incredible. Who knew Paper could be constructed into fully working furniture. I love it.

    You know when you see something, then you all of a suddenly get that urge to design your living room or study? This is certainly one of those pieces. Excellent.

  3. Ishan September 5, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    Wow cool couch. I read about a Halo Bensington Union Jack sofa that was used in the Royal Wedding broadcast which also caught my eye and may be of interest…

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