Chair Made Of Artichoke Pulp Could Be The Future Of Sustainable Design [Pics]
A furniture collection made with materials native to Greece, offers a way to rebuild the economy through innovative production techniques.
Spyros Kizis‘s artichoke thistle chair is both a statement on the world’s oil/plastic production crisis as well as a proof of the possible opportunities to create a new sector of business for a lagging Greek economy.
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