With a mission to demonstrate that it is possible to create well-designed, thoughtful furniture without cutting down forests, employing oil-based plastics, glass fibers or toxic glues, designer Michael Strom and civil engineer Lasse Svensson came together to create what they call the Bio+ chair.

Its shell (the blue part in the above picture) is created instead with bioplastics (a topic mentioned a time or two here at TreeHugger), using 100% plant-based materials for the feedstock, and is therefore fodder for your...

Originally from TreeHugger on August 2, 2007, 10:07am

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