New luxury hotel designer chairs of 2.2 tons of plastic waste

one's waste is another man's gold. the Danish furniture company Mater and the new luxury hotel Villa Copenhagen is all about, and they have had so much garb

New luxury hotel designer chairs of 2.2 tons of plastic waste

one's waste is another man's gold. the Danish furniture company Mater and the new luxury hotel Villa Copenhagen is all about, and they have had so much garb

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
15 mart 2020 Sunday 18:01
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New luxury hotel designer chairs of 2.2 tons of plastic waste

one's waste is another man's gold.

the Danish furniture company Mater and the new luxury hotel Villa Copenhagen is all about, and they have had so much garbage to take of.

according to the united nations environment programme, UNEP, is emitted each year over 8 million tonnes of plastic debris in the world's oceans.

the Plastic in the sea is therefore a widespread problem, and it has got furniture manufacturer Mater and Villa Copenhagen to develop the chair 'Nova Sea’.

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That is passed to 2.2 tons of plastic waste from the oceans to 800 Nova Sea-chairs.

Nova Sea-the chair is developed in collaboration with the Plastix and Letbæk Plastic and designed by the Danish design studio ARDE.

Stolenes shell is made of 96 % old fishing nets, which pose a great threat to the marine environment.

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For each pound of plastic waste that is recycled, saving the planet with 1.7 kilos of CO2 compared with the production of, for example, nyplast. It writes the two partners in a press release.

With the chair Nova Sea has Mater and Villa Copenhagen according to them contributed to a minimization of the klimaaftrykket with more than 3,7 tons of CO2.

Villa Copenhagen will with their chairs and focus on sustainable interiors would like to inspire the remaining part of the Danish hotel industry.

- Many are talking today about the UN verdensmål for sustainable development, but there are fewer who actually act on them. Our collaboration with the Mater is a confirmation that sustainably produced design does not need to compromise on either quality or appearance. Select a design that is produced with care for the world, we can both get 800 luxurious conference chairs and help to reduce the klimaaftrykket, says Peter Høgh Pedersen, Managing Director of Villa Copenhagen, in a press release.

in Addition to the chairs is good for the marine environment, so they have also saved a part of CO2. Photo: Mater

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Mater has since 2006 been designbranchens answer to quality furniture and durable scandinavian aesthetics. But the ambition is far greater than simply to create Danish design with unique details.

I founded the Mater in order to create innovative and sustainable alternatives in the furniture business. The aim is to take better care of the planet, by creating more low-impact production methods of design without compromising with the quality. People have a right to know what they are buying, what they support, and how they can make a tangible difference through their purchase of designer furniture. We hope to be able to focus on in cooperation with the Villa Copenhagen, says Henrik Marstrand, founder of Mater.

Villa Copenhagen is located in the old centralpostbygning in Copenhagen from 1912. The hotel opens its doors in april 2020 and will among other things be able to offer Denmark's most expensive suite.

Updated: 15.03.2020 18:01
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