‘RE-PLY‘ Re purposed cardboard recliner
by Dan Goldstein
When is a a cardbox box not a cardboard box? When it falls into the hands of Dan Goldstein. In this witty , no wastage, recycled furniture collection names Re-Ply or perhaps it should have been called ‘re-apply’!!. This core concept for this project according to designer Dan Goldstein is a rather unique appraoch to both form and method, using broken-down boxes that would otherwise be discarded as garbage to form a reclining lounge chair.
Based in San Francisco,the Re-PLY chair is inspired by designer seats, with its sleek lines and mid century references it would grace any contemporary interior.
The Re-PLY Chair has a few features that sets it apart from other cardboard furniture creations available in the recycled market place. It is reclinable for maximum comfort.The metal base is either powdercoated or zing-plated and the overall dimensions are 30” L x 23” D x 25.5” H It is also available with a felt or faux fur cover and Dan is currently looking for funding to develop the range via Kickstarter.