Peter Grisby

Michael Neville's Colorful Rockers Are Made From Recycled Cardboard

by , 02/13/14

Michael Neville, recycled materials, colonial turds, green furniture, sustainable furniture, green design, sustainable design, green interiors, eco furniture, recycled furniture, green products

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.

+ Michael Neville

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