Anoa chair,
metamorphosis of a
single-use container

The word plastic derives from the Latin plastĭca and the Greek plastikḗ, in other words the art and technique of moulding, working and manipulating a malleable substance in order to create a given shape and form. Not reusing plastic is a failure to exploit its most intrinsic characteristics.

“Anoa chair is made by novel material derived from post-consumer recycling of expanded polystyrene (EPS) combined with other industrial wastes and plastics.”

A concrete way to give shape to sustainability: Anoa chair conceived and designed in collaboration with Airpol italia srl ​​​​is a chair that transforms the containers for transporting buffalo mozzarella into a new object destined to last over time.