plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers
 
plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers
oct 06, 2012

plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers

‘plof’ bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers

 

 

 

belgian furniture label atelier belge created ‘plof’, an upholstered bench. shredded textile leftovers are encased in PE plastic. due to the nature of the fabric-creation, no two pieces are identical and the pattern depends on the unused fabric samples available. the durability of the finished product makes it suitable for use outside.

plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers the upholstery is made of PE plastic encased fabric shreds  50 H x 100 W x 50 D cm (20 H x 40 W x 20 D inches)

 

plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers details of tufting and material

 

 

plof bench by atelier belge is made from shredded textile leftovers

INTERIEUR 2012 biennale in the city, city in the biennale 20 – 28 october kortrijk, belgium

 

the biennale INTERIEUR is now in its 23rd edition and is internationally recognized as an not-to-be-missed overview of trends, tastes and cultural movements. INTERIEUR 2012 will be bigger and better than ever with an extensive programme and an exciting mix of culture and commerce. it will bring a curated selection of 300 international design brands to 90.000 expected visitors over a period of nine days, additional exhibitions are scheduled to be shown in the city-centre, and pop-up bars plus a restaurant will be installed beyond the halls of the fairgrounds.

  • brilliant!

    adn says:
  • Nice sofa. Reminds me of chesterfield style.

    wilkinson says:
  • Wondering how its possible to use it outside though. there’s holes in it, not? It’s going to affect the inside or is there anything done to seal this…?

    wilkinson says:
  • Great idea! Especially with the buttons – makes it even more original. Well done.

    Tom Macclean says:

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