Gallery: Mousso Koroba Rocking Chairs Turn Recycled Plastic Bags Into C...


If you’re a resident of Bamako, Mali your possessions probably wouldn’t even add up to one-tenth of that of an individual of the United States. For Malians, most single items find a multiple uses, and something as simple as a chair dragged over to a friend or family member for conversation is the only thing one needs for endless entertainment. Designed by Kix Studio, the Mousso Koroba rocking chair recovers discarded plastic bags and transforms them into a new piece of immeasurable use. Costing just 26 dollars (the price of a standard local chair), this colorful rocker speaks to each the Malian way of life, the local people’s needs and environmental concerns.

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