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Have An X-Federation Stacking Chair At Home And Enjoy Slim And Classy Furniture Piece

A furniture can be eco-friendly for various reasons and having a furniture from Victor Vetterlein called X-Federation Stacking Chair will let you save ample amount of space in your home or office. This will let you place some more items or furniture pieces you can use like a cabinet and other furniture you like.

X-Federation Stacking Chair
X-Federation Stacking Chair

X-Federation Stacking Chair
X-Federation Stacking Chair
The chair is a combination of materials and layout providing you the needed structural support despite of its thin design. The materials used in the chair are a combination of laminated wood and carbon fiber. The carbon fiber fabric is a material that has the strengthening technique used in building boats and now skateboards. Even if the chair has the thin design, it has the stable layout by placing the front legs in perpendicular to the rear legs. Other than the smart layout, the chair also has the thin steel frame underneath the chair’s seat where the legs are fastened and this surely gives an added support to the chair. In addition, the lovely chair design of Vetterlein will also have an optional armrest for your added comfort. The armrest when used will be fastened to the back and sides of the chair.
X-Federation Stacking Chair
X-Federation Stacking Chair

On the other hand, the X-Federation Stacking Chair has the Elite Class and it comes with a solid brass armrest and leg sleeves.

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Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case Is Your Modern Accessory Made Entirely Of Trash

We trash items because we find them useful no more but the re-case eco-friendly iPhone case will give your trashes a new life. If you think these trashes are not anymore useful, think again because many designers today are aiming to give these trashes a new life and make it a useful item again, thus reducing the growth of landfills. [Click here to get details information about Re-Case iPhone Case]

Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case

Made off 100% trash, the re-case eco-friendly iPhone case is inspired by Japan’s carrying case for identity seals, INRO. However, instead of housing a seal, RE-Case eco-friendly this iPhone accessory will hold RFID or Radio Frequency ID, and ID used by office security or public transit.

Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case
Re-case Eco-friendly iPhone Case

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Source: Miniwiz [Click here to get details information about Re-Case iPhone Case]



The Rubber Tree Is A Sustainable Design Of AnnMarie van Splunter

The sustainable creation of AnnMarie van Splunter called the Rubber Tree is a great invention to reduce non-biodegradable wastes in our landfills. Old tires are normally discarded and added to our landfills, which is not favorable at all to the environment. Some even have them burnt that obviously produces harmful carbon emission.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

The Rubber Tree is the designer proposal in creating a sustainable school playground and recycling used in a positive way. The rubber tree is an oversized sculpture composed of recycled rubber tires. The rubber tree design imitates the roots of a real-life rubber tree, which creates a realistic feel of actually having the real tree.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

Source: AnnMarie van Splunter via CollabCubed



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