Foliage as Chair Material, Harvest by Asif Khan

You talk green and recycled what could be that more than Foliage as cover material for a chair used in Harvest project by Asif Khan.


The artist/designer's page details its genesis:

"Commissioned by the Design Museum for the Designers in Residence programme, Harvest is a reseach project using London's flowering foliage as a raw material for furniture production.
Installed in the Design Museum Tank, Jan-March 2010, and at Sawaya & Moroni, Milan April 2010"

Gallery of Ideas for Green Day # 140

Previously: Kpod by kitHAUS, That Quiet Space in Your Backyard, Even Greener with Solar Power

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