Felt High20 gerecyclede PET-flessen
Felt is a modern and circular chair range featuring a unique material: bio-felt made from recycled PET plastic. 20 PET bottles are given a new life with every seat shell! Making this chair a perfect fit for circular furnishing concepts. This material is not only environmentally conscious, it also absorbs sound well and it looks beautiful! As a result, the chair is ideally suited to areas with a sophisticated appearance and high traffic, such as entrance halls, lounges and visitor areas.
The Felt High transforms the design of the Felt line into a modern bar stool with sloping lines and clean contours. The felt seat is supported by a slender frame of 16 mm thick steel tubing or a wooden base. Both versions have a 12 mm thick foot ring that connects the legs at the bottom for additional ergonomics and stability.
For the Felt range, we work together with Plastic Whale, the world’s first ‘plastic fishing company’. Plastic Whale first started out in 2011 by retrieving plastic from the Amsterdam canals, and has since become active in many more locations. They clean up litter, reduce the problem of plastic soup and at the same time provide us with raw materials. The PET plastic is shredded and pressed into the felt of the Felt seat. By using these chairs in an educational environment, you will have very sustainable furniture with a remarkable story! Additionally, you will also be supporting Plastic Whale in their efforts to have plastic-free waters, not only in the Netherlands but also in developing countries since 3% of the sales of this collection is donated directly to the organisation.
Four layers of Felt
The shell of the Felt chairs is made of four layers of felt. This is unique in the market today. As a result, Felt not only has the most exceptional seat shell, but also the strongest! Thanks to its solid construction, this seat shell also allows for a wide variety of chair models. This makes Felt very versatile, from entrance area to concentration workplace and from visitor area to team room. The various components are screwed instead of glued, so that all parts can be (dis)assembled for maintenance, repairs and optimal circular processing after the period of use.