Michael Neville’s Colorful Rockers Are Made From Recycled Cardboard
Designer Michael Neville created these colorful recycled rockers as a material exploration of post-consumer cardboard pulp and natural dyes. The rockers are designed as functional furniture for young children. Neville’s intent was to create a playful and heirloom quality product using a common recyclable material. The sustainable program of this series is further supported through the use of natural dyes and hardwoods indigenous to North America.
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