The stool tops are moulded from a shredded paper and clear bio-resin composite. Whether the shredded paper is magazines, newspapers or brown bags the outcome is a beautiful and interesting piece of furniture. The thought process behind using this experimental material is to broaden people’s minds to the possibilities and opportunities a standard waste material, paper, can have. The legs are set into the moulded tops, encasing them in the resin, with the tops surfaces showing through, adding an interesting and quirky feature to the stools. The legs themselves are made from various reused and salvaged materials, encompassing household, industrial and garden waste. Each stool is named.
"Legs" is made from a selection of three furniture legs from broken or damaged furniture, giving the legs a new lease of life.
“Pallet” suitably named, is made from broken pallets, stripped back and refined into a usable material, from industrial scrap.
“Branch” takes the garden waste of tree branches, selecting suitably sized and shaped pieces to create an organic feeling stool to contrast the highly processed paper composite.
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