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Yesterday's news is today's recycled chair

GuardianchairNeed I say more than this picture already tells you? You've twisted my arm. It's a chair made from old Guardian newspapers by a genius called David Stovell. And it's 60cm high and held together by leather and steel. David will also make Torygraph and Sunday Times versions - you don't need to be a left-leaning Grauniad lover - though presumably the Independent on Sunday edition will be dropped from his range when the paper goes tabloid shortly. This brilliant piece of recycled furniture will set you back £190. Have a look at David Stovell Design (there's a stool and side table too). [found via Guardian Weekend]

August 28, 2005 in Design & furniture, Recycling | Permalink

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I really really *really* love this chair!!

Posted by: Hippie | 14 Sep 2005 19:49:47

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