October 4, 2010

A flat-packed chair made from post-consumer recycled content, designed by Brisbane-based Surya Graf.

Created by Queensland furniture designer Surya Graf, the Crease chair is manufactured from a single sheet of PET plastic, which is folded together to create a sturdy upright chair.

The material used is comprised of 60 percent post-consumer recycled content, sourced from plastic bottles. The lightweight design is delivered flat-packed, and is easy to assemble and disassemble. Available in 12 unique colours.

Brisbane-based Surya Graf creates a variety of furniture designs, lighting pieces and homewares through his own practice, as well as collaborating for events and exhibitions. Graf is part of the Quench Project, a new collaborative venture with five other Brisbane designers that aims to promote the work of Queensland designers at home and on the international stage.

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