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Tabisso Chairs Are a Fun Way to Spell Out Sustainable Design
Posted By Diane Pham On May 20, 2011 @ 5:25 pm In carousel showcase,Design,Green Interiors,Green Materials,Green Products,ICFF,Innovation,new york design week | No Comments
These lounge chairs spotted at Wanted Design  during New York Design Week  offer a quirky and sustainable way to spice up any interior. Designed by French team Tabisso , the typographic seats are built from sustainably harvested wood and upholstered with an eco-textile from Kvadrat . The chairs are available in every letter of the alphabet and they can even be complimented by a punctuation mark lamp. The design also works well for offices looking to promote their name. In fact, we can already see “INHABITAT” spelt out – with an exclamation mark of course!
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URLs in this post:
 Wanted Design: http://inhabitat.com/wanted-design-showcases-an-international-crop-of-green-designs/
 New York Design Week: http://www.inhabitat.com/new-york-design-week
 Tabisso: http://www.tabisso.com/
 Kvadrat: http://www.kvadrat.dk/
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