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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2011

The T-shirt Chair is the winner of the Green Furniture Award 2011. It weaves together a meaningful story using worn textiles. This up-scaling of the classical 'rag rug' becomes a unique way of upholstering.

In the original design by Maria Westerberg, T-shirts from forty friends together with other textiles such as grandma's curtains, the favourite but now worn out jeans etc, melt together visually to form a colourful symphony of one's personal history.

The manufacturer Green Furniture Sweden produces now the T-shirt Chair mounted with a selected colour-mix comprised of left-over fabric pieces from sofa manufacturing.

The T-shirt Chair is also available as a plain frame so you can personalize it with your own worn out clothes, precious t-shirts and other textiles. In that way the T-shirt chair will evolve and collect your personal history over time.

The T-shirt Chair Rag Edition can be custom-made in matching colour.

Dimensions: H 60 cm x W 52 cm x D 100 cm

Made in Sweden

Available at eco concept store www.e-side.co.uk

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