Recycled plastic chair made from e-waste

London-based designer Tom Robinson has designed a flat-pack chair using recycled plastic obtained from electronic waste.
The process involves crushing and granulating the plastic into pellets, which are then melted down to generate sheets to finally form panels. The panels are processed to give a minimalist look, characterizing them with rounded corners that make sitting more comfortable.
The presence of resistant metal joints makes it possible to disassemble the components, so that it can be transported flat and occupy less volume. The seat is recyclable at the end of its life, as it is made of a single type of recycled plastic material.

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