French designer Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance’s furniture line uses discarded burnt cork that features interesting textures and flowing lines. Duchaufour-Lawrance’s Portugal studio Made in Situ created this collection of chairs and tables by carving blocks of cork. This is a product similar to what can be used as building insulation, but here it creates a fascinating interplay of surfaces and textures. It showcases the idea that sustainable materials can be used just about anywhere.
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Beautiful burnt cork furniture upholds ecosystem resiliency
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