studiomama: re imagined chairs
‘re-imagine’ by studiomama ‘re-imagine’ by london-based studiomama is a project born out of questioning resourcefulness and attitudes towards waste. it builds on the interests in expediency and re-using the existing, and speaks of the ability to see the potential in the banal. by encouraging users to re-look at unwanted furniture in our homes, streets and markets, a sustainable approach towards design and making is implemented.
textiles by david david design orange and turquoise steel frame variations left: yellow color variation, right: light grey color variation red short chair orange cantilever chair left: original chair, right: chair after modification
nina tolstrup (4 articles)
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