Biodegradable Furniture Made From Pine Needles Could Be The Next Phase Of Sustainable Living

Biodegradable Furniture Made From Pine Needles Could Be The Next Phase Of Sustainable Living
Design

Premiering at Dutch Design Week 2016, the collection fully utilizes an often wasted material

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 6 december 2016

Eindohoven-based Latvia designer Tamara Orjola created a series of biodegradable furniture and textiles from wool made only using pine needles. Whereas pine trees are among the most commercially consumable species of timber, there lacks a real-world application of their needles.

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