It is chairs, this time! We take a look at some of the most creatively recycled chairs out there. There is no argument that some of these may not be the most comfortable ones to sit on, but there is also no denying the genius of their designers in thinking of new ways to add function to these objects.
The meltdown chair: No, it’s not the financial one, but we are talking about plumbing tubes. This chair by Tom Price is made by heating and fusing together common plumbing tubes.
Next up, a chair made from gun shells by Alexander Reh, and is allegedly comfortable.
Spoons. Now you know what to do with those unwanted hard to recycle cutlery. By Osian Batyka-Williams
And if you happen to have those old wooden playbricks that you used to play with when you were a kid, how about shaping that into a chair? By Pepe Heykoop
Chair made from clothes
Chair made from crumpled polypropylene sheets
The screw chair by Revol Design made from scraps of Douglas Fir and 3,726 drywall screws
Tube Chair made from steel scrap.
…street signs… by Boris Bally
…and even old bathtubs…