Industrial waste but also personal waste can be used as home furnishings, but not only waste: each object after its first life cycle can face a second, a third and so on. This is the principle on which therecovered furniture where furniture and other pieces of furniture are made, unmade and then reassembled to take on other forms and functions.
What comes to life with salvaged furniture they are original, often unique products. L'recovered furniture fits a home style modern but above all to a lifestyle sustainable. Sometimes it's about improvisation, as happened with the shelves created with skateboards. Other times it is pure style and elegance. For example, do you like these armchairs up here?
They are very elegant, the chair in the foreground is made with the scraps of deltro processing and costs 250 euros. It is part of the line Ecochair. Other objects have been used to create sofas and armchairs, an example is the Essential line which has come to use the old sails of boats.
When it comes to recovered furniture, one of the masters is the designer Kellam Clark that through the recycling of materials he managed to build everything, furnishing the entire house in which he lives. Reuse is a phenomenon that has two matrices on the one hand, it fights waste and could provide relief during this economic crisis, on the other it has become a real fashion where models come to exorbitant prices! An example is the armchair on the left in the photo, sustainability, elegance and luxury with an economic value of 2,500 euros.
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The designer Kellam Clark points to the ecological factor, he is interested in the precision and beauty that characterizes his works thus guaranteeing a second life to materials destined for landfills. He reuses old furniture, his home has doors and windows of different sizes precisely because he takes them from home ready to be demolished. His shop is made up of old relics that no one uses anymore. This is how he creates desks, bookcases, dressers and much more.
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