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Home for Work Iron textile waste folding desk

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A perfect table for teleworking at home, foldable it can be easily stored anywhere in iron with a unique weaving from recycled fabrics which gives it a unique character.

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Perfect for the currently emerging work-from-home norm, this foldable desk is all you need for your home office requirements. Built on an iron frame, it has been delicately woven using colourful ropes of textile waste. It also comes with a funky detachable side basket for storage.  It can be used as a side table or a small console in a bedroom or living room.

  • Dimension ouvert : 76x46x46 cm
  • Hours to weave : 4,5 h
  • WastetoWow : 3,5 kg 
  • Co2 savings : 12.6 kgs (1.0) / 5.25 kgs (2.0)
  • Structure in metal
  • Hand Made in India

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This product is a creation of our social enterprise partner in India.  Gauri, the founder provides income opportunities to women without a formal education who are from marginalised populations in her natal area, by understanding and leveraging their existing craft skills, to make sustainable products that are made from waste & salvaged materials locally generated in their region. They use mainly ropes made from clean, unused and waste from packaging units and fabric waste from textile unitsShe brings back old forms of weaving and furniture styles that originated in pre-partition India, almost 5000 years ago, using contemporary designs.

 

Given the materials used, each product is unique and may present some differences from the photo

 
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