Sway Cork Stools by Daniel Michalik

Sway Cork Stools by Daniel Michalik

Sway Cork Stools by Daniel Michalik

Via pirsqur and Daniel Michalik.

Cortiça Chaise Longue by Daniel Michalik : TreeHugger


A tad old, but still up to date this cork chaise:

We’ve seen today’s entry from designer Daniel Michalik before, but it’s worthy of another look and certainly deserves to be included in any “best of” sustainable design list. Made from cork that originates as the waste material from the bottle stopper industry, Cortiçça showcases cork’s tremendous potential to perform in ways unlike any other material. Says Michalik, “I have discovered that when handled correctly, the natural flexibility of cork allows it to form fantastic, complex shapes no other material can match

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Cub Children's Chair : Branch: Sustainable Design for Living

Cub Children’s Chair
design: Daniel Michalik, 2004
manufacture: Handmade by Daniel Michalik, Brooklyn, NY
materials: Pure granulated cork (reclaimed waste material from the bottle-stopper industry), non-toxic (and ecologically-sound) binding agent
dimensions: 17″ tall x 13″ wide x 13″ deep
about: These childrens’ chairs are made completely from cast cork, which produces a dense, unusual texture that’s highly attractive and intriguing to the eyes and hands of young children.

Via Branch Home Cub Children’s Chair : Branch: Sustainable Design for Living

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