Details: Created by designer by Tom Fereday, the Bow Chair was developed on the principle of honest design, to be true to the material and process of solid timber.
Says Fereday, “Named after its slender arching backrest, the Bow Chair conveys a design tension between sharp edges and soft undulating faces. Each transition of the chair highlights the elegant, natural grain of shaped timber.”
“Unique dado joins celebrate rather than hide its construction and thoughtful consideration for solid timber ensures minimal waste.”
by: Environmental Leader, 2015-08-13 11:00:32 UTC
In an effort to help reduce paint waste through sustainable packaging, LiquiGlide, which has developed permanently wet, liquid-impregnated surface technology, has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with sustainable packaging manufacturer, Pact Group Holdings. Working with LiquiGlide’s patented slippery coating technology, Pact will explore new paint packaging solutions that allow consumers to use more of the […]
by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2015-08-13 14:02:07 UTC
The EU Parliament agreed to reduce thin plastic bags in the EU by at least 80% by 2019. The stomachs of most birds in the North Sea area contain plastic. ...