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Entry view of the installation

Superlegible furniture, like many of our projects, uses recycled materials. It was a prototype commissioned for exhibit by Toronto’s Design Exchange entitled New Landscape: Design Transforms Canadian Furniture, to address sustainability in furniture. We harvested discarded material – newspaper – treated it as raw material, and explored its’ aesthetic and structural possibilities – transforming it from everyday reading object into a textured typographically fragmented cellular structure. Here, we examined our cultural attitude to trash.




Overall view

View of the installation, showing the other prototypes.




View of the Chaise Longue

View of the Chaise Longue with screen sample behind.



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