Dezeen Showroom: sustainability-focused Italian furnishings model One to One has launched the OTO chair, designed by Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia to be a “manifesto of round design”.
Stabile and Venezia created the recycled plastic OTO chair with the purpose of attaining full sustainability, not simply in materials selections however within the provide chain.
“From the start, we realised that utilizing recycled supplies was not sufficient,” stated Stabile and Venezia. “We had to consider one thing that might systematise your entire sustainable provide chain, from manufacturing to logistics, distribution and meeting, to stimulate the general public with a product able to activating a brand new consciousness.”
The ensuing OTO chair is produced utilizing a single mould, and it’s bought on-line and delivered direct to customers flatpacked.
Within the making of OTO, One to One collaborated with Ogyre — which runs the Fishing for Litter platform, permitting any fisherman to contribute to gathering marine waste for reuse. Every OTO chair removes 500 grams of plastic from the ocean, in response to the model.
The OTO chair is available in six colors: onyx, fog, mustard, eucalyptus, coral and forest.
Designer: Alessandro Stabile and Martinelli Venezia
Model: One to One
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