Trash Cube Pouf by Nicolas Le Moigne
by Harry / December 8, 2010
From Nicolas Le Moigne, seating made from the fiber cement scraps produced by Swiss manufacturer Eternit.




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Cast off from the manufacture of roofing tiles and exterior cladding, the pouf was the simplest way to recycle some of the literally tons of scrap produced every year.

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Each pouf is unique and affordable, just 100CHF each.

Photos: Tonatiuh Ambrosetti and Daniela Droz

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