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Biophilic Design - a new way of living and designing.
Make your physical and mental wellbeing a priority.
Better your home.
Biophilic design may be just what you need!
Furniture is part of your home, your feel-good space, your retreat. It is close to you, it accompanies you for a long time. Isn't it incredibly important that this furniture is good for you, that is, non-toxic?
Part 6: Backrest and cushions
Seeing a piece of furniture come to life is a wonderful moment each time. We know that the piece of furniture will live in your home and will accompany you for a long time. I will be of highest quality and also feature only natural materials, no plastic, no toxins, no harmful materials or chemicals. We pride ourselves in carefully selecting materials only from trustworthy sources and being able to build an eco-sustainable piece of furniture that will bring joy to any customer and their home.
Part 5: Inside and outside cover
Building a sustainable piece of furniture takes experience, craftsmanship and in our case: an extra dose of 100% natural materials from only sustainable sources. We chose to build furniture only in this way, because we believe that we should not live with, or sit and sleep on anything that is built using harmful materials. Harmful for nature, our environment or our own health.
Part 4: Cotton, felt and latex
100% natural latex. On top of the jute material on the seating area, but also for the armrests and all around we are now applying a layer of 100% natural latex. The latex is delivered in large blocks and we cut it down to the needed sizes in the correct height and length using our large scale vertical saw. This process takes experience and craftsmanship, as the material is very soft and any push or pull in the wrong direction will result in an uneven cut.
Eight criteria how to look behind the greenwashing and find products that are eco-sustainable and responsibly sourced and made.
Green furniture, eco-friendly furniture, ethical furniture, sustainable furniture. There is a multitude of eco-labels, green certificates and promises. But very little true regulation of what should go into the objects that live with us in our home. Here are eight aspects that you should look for, if you are interested in having furniture that is responsibly made, contains no toxins and recycles well.