Cohda’s molten plastic chair

December 8, 2009

Video: Design firm Cohda explain how they make the RD Legs chair, made from 100 per cent recycled plastic.

The RD Legs limited edition chairs are hand woven using 100 per cent recycled domestic plastic waste. Designed by Richard Liddle, founder of British company Cohda Design, the chair is constructed by weaving molten plastic around a mould made from MDF and dowels.

Making the RD Legs chair from Cohda Design on Vimeo.

No glue or additional fixings are used to make the chair, in keeping with the company’s mission: “to design, manufacture and supply innovative contemporary products that break down the preconceptions of what sustainable, innovative designs should be.”

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