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0 to 1 | Lounge seating

Furniture 0 to 1 | Lounge seating

0 to 1 | Lounge seatingCreating industrially designed objects from the remnants of industrial manufacturing. “Cylinder 14,” “Cylinder 19,” and the “Wave” are made of recycled cardboard cores that were once used to hold fabric or packaging materials. Our challenge was to both reuse the material and to reveal its intrinsic beauty.

0 to 1 | Lounge seating

0 to 1 description:
0 to 1 is a design and architecture studio founded by Garner Oh (Architect) and Tamara Petrovic (Furniture Designer) in 2009. Together, we explore the dynamics within our built environment. Our work is a demonstration of the strength found through an integrated, sustainable approach to design. Our solutions are the discovery of the inimitable character present within each project.

0 to 1 | Lounge seating
Designers: 0 to 1 |  Tamara Petrovic, Elizabeth Wong and Garner Oh
Project name: Industrial + Industrial
Materials: recycled cardboard cores, industrial wool felt, paprika spice finish
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