Wool-rest Edge Inspired

Montreal-born designer Brent Cordner uses NZ wool felt in his debut furniture collection for Keilhauer. The chair and ottoman set is made from entirely natural and biodegradable materials. Cordner’s chairs smoothly reference Frank Gehry’s ‘edge’ chairs from the 1970’s – made from corrugated cardboard.


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Entrepreneur Richard Shirtcliffe On Tackling Plastic Ocean Waste Through Designer Furniture

Entrepreneur Richard Shirtcliffe On Tackling Plastic Ocean Waste Through Designer Furniture

Could commerce be a solution to eliminating the enormous amounts of plastic debris floating in the world’s oceans? Richard Shirtcliffe thinks so. Named as one of ‘The 6 Innovators Changing Denver’s Aesthetic’…