Customize this Colourful Furniture Made from Surplus Felt | Stackabl

Colourful Furniture Made from Surplus Felt

Stackabl has come up with a creative process that involves designers and castoff materials from manufacturers by creating an intersection of design and available resources. A new form of design that plays with possibilities, Canadian design studio Stacklab and Maison Gerard has developed a creative system to reuse material. Know more on SURFACES REPORTER (SR).

The furniture is created in close relation with regional manufacturers with the help of algorithms and robotics.

Reusing has been shaping our culture for centuries. Stackabl’s innovative system designs custom furniture by eliminating waste. The furniture is created in close relation with regional manufacturers with the help of algorithms and robotics. The system uses the remnant inventory back in the machine to create something new again. Opting for regional resources has helped curb carbon footprint.  

The user gets the liberty to choose colours, dimensions and finishes of the high-quality merino felt remnants.

A simple configurator seamlessly integrates the designer into the process. Its interface is easy to use and allows the user to turn high-quality offcuts into custom furniture. The user gets the liberty to choose colours, dimensions and finishes of the high-quality merino felt remnants. Its real-time visualization is available in 2D and 3D.

Made of upcycled felt and aluminum with energy-saving LEDs, the pendant lights are easy to configure.

The playful collection of furniture, which was launched in 2021 by Maison Gerard and Stacklab, explores the aspects of technology and the future of design. Recently, they have also ventured into lighting. Made of upcycled felt and aluminum with energy-saving LEDs, the pendant lights are easy to configure.

Image credits: Stackabl

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