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Sustainable roundups: 10 dining chairs for people and the planet

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What makes a chair sustainable? The word sustainability covers multiple aspects that range from a mindful use of resources to social and ethical considerations.

In this episode of Sustainable Roundups, 10 dining chairs made with natural materials, waste, innovative materials, and more…

Sustainable interior design roundups: dining chairs.

NO2 Recycle is a chair made of recycled plastic. Plastic comes…
Read more: NO2 Recycle by Fritz Hansen

R.U.M. (standing for Re-Used Materials) is a chair made entirely out of recycled materials. The legs…
Read more: R.U.M. by Wehlers

1 Inch Reclaimed is a chair made upcycling industrial waste…
Read more: 1 Inch Reclaimed by Emeco

Cross is a chair made of solid ash wood. Wood is sourced…
Read more: Cross by Takt

ODGER is a chair made with a mix of recycled plastic and wood fiber waste…
Read more: ODGER by IKEA

Felt is a chair made with recycled plastic felt…
Read more: Felt by Vepa

Nova is a chair made recycling wood veneer. Leftover…
Read more: Nova by Mater

No Smoking is a chair made with recycled paper. To make…
Read more: No Smoking by Officine Tamborrino

Hembury is a chair made with a wool-waste-based material. Named…
Read more: Hembury by Roger Oates Design

Under is a chair made of solid oak wood. Wood is…
Read more: Under by Hamran

Note: this selection is completely unsponsored. All pieces are sourced from riivin, the fully independent sustainable interior design platform I curate. Find additional products and resources to design more sustainable spaces in the members’ area riivin+.

Cover image: Hamran