Chair Design From Tennis Balls By Gabriel Coch

Editor   December 5, 2013   Comments Off on Chair Design From Tennis Balls By Gabriel Coch

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The designer Gabriel Coch has designed these whimsical Chair of tennis balls. I was wondering, why has he opted for an unusual piece of furniture. So, the story is as follows: after a research we used 400 million tennis balls in the United States each year. So to speak, the tennis balls will have very short life unusable very quickly and lose their force.

The problem is, the tennis balls are not capable of organic breakdown and that makes us think they end up in the waste Depot. To more clearly explain it you – 2 million balls fill a 747 large aircraft that has a level of 32,000 cubic meters. Imagine just before 200 jumbo jets full of tennis balls fill landfills every year. It was a perfect choice by Gabriel Coch, apply the tennis balls, and to invent the most eco-friendly fabric on the Chair frame.

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