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WAMBAMBOO Lucille Chaise Lounge By Kent Gration

Posted By Kate Andrews On September 27, 2007 @ 3:54 pm In green furniture,Recycled Materials,Sustainable Materials | 1 Comment

Wambamboo Lucille Chaise By Kent Gration 3 [1]

Australian Designer Kent Gration’s Wambamboo [2] products make beautiful use of sustainable production methods including recyclable materials, water-based finishes, energy-saving fluorescent lamps, and natural fibers. The Lucille Chaise Lounge [3] showcased at this year’s 100% Design London [4] is a great example of the power of bamboo in its natural form. Gration explains the Chaise as “a marriage between natural unprocessed bamboo poles and modern design.”


The Wambamboo chair features a stainless steel frame to support the bamboo poles, while the stylized shape of the lounge complements a reclining body. A foam slip can be used to reduce the corrugations against a person’s body if required. We love the literal take on the material- we often see bamboo processed into sheet products or building materials, but this is a great example of using green materials in their most natural form.

+ Wambamboo [2]
+ 100% Design [4]
+ Integration Studio [5]


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[2] Wambamboo: http://www.wambamboo.com.au/

[3] Lucille Chaise Lounge: http://www.wambamboo.com.au/wambamboo-products/lucille-chaise.php

[4] 100% Design London: http://www.100percentdesign.co.uk/

[5] + Integration Studio: http://www.integrationstudio.com.au

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