The Rip and Tatter Chair by Pete Oyler is Made Entirely of Cardboard

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Mar 12, 2013 • References: & designforminikind
Home design changes at a rapid rate and the Rip and Tatter Chair by Pete Oyler looks to put a little bit of focus onto the unsustainable ways that we purchase things without premeditation. Made entirely from cardboard, the Rip and Tatter Chair is designed as a piece of furniture for children, so that it will help to decrease costs and waste that is often associated with buying adornments specifically designed for children.

The Rip and Tatter Chair is a completely revolutionary approach to disposable culture because it literally is that notion embodied in a piece of furniture. Once the child outgrows it, simply bring it out with the recycling and there will be no harm, no foul. Stats for Recyclable Seating Solutions Trending: Older & Mild
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