The Evolution in a chair: from Waste to Resource

In our common vision waste corresponds to something of little value that someone chooses to eliminate.
Today, most of the waste derives from electronic devices components which include plastics in large quantities that are difficult to reuse.
London designer Tom Robinson, starting from this circumstance, redesign the boundaries of reuse by acting on the electronic waste that he transforms into resources.
As a result, he manages to innovate one of the most drawn and mainstream design objects in history: the chair.


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