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Rememberme Chair

August 15, 2012

Injecting new life into materials otherwise consigned to oblivion, Tobias Juretzek’s Rememberme chair puts an inspired spin on the use of repurposed materials in furniture design.

As implied by its name, German designer Tobias Juretzek’s Rememberme chair references forgotten clothes – the kinds we keep boxed up at the top of our wardrobes because we simply can’t let them go. Injecting new life into materials otherwise consigned to oblivion, the Rememberme chair crushes recycled jeans into a mould and sets them in resin. The result is a unique product, each chair distinct from the next, that carries within it a wealth of stories and the potential for those stories to develop over time.

Launched at 2011′s Milan Furniture Fair, the Rememberme chair playfully epitomises the global shift towards more sustainable products. Produced by Casamania and recently made available in Australia through Insitu, the Rememberme chair puts an inspired spin on the use of repurposed materials in furniture design.

www.insitufurniture.com.au

  • Anna August 17th, 2012 2:58 pm

    I really like this chair, had hoped that because it was made of left over materials it might be a more affordable option for an interior we’re working on… But once again it seems that manufacturing costs outstrip material costs.


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