16 April 2018
New Clothes, Patchwork Furniture by Petatonic

Founded by ex-Nike employees.

Pentatonic, who founded by Johann Bodecker & Jamie Hall aims to recycle waste into premium furniture. They are coming with a range of goods crafted from fashion waste by joined with Snarkitecture on "Fractured" tables and chairs.

"New Clothes" selections encompasses pentatonic's AirTool chairs and hangers that made by upcycled fashion waste such as discarded clothes and factory scraps. So the item is unique yet comfortable, with long-lasting design. There is also pillows that created with Italian textile house Bonotto that made by a premium jacquard-printed fabric created from discarded bottles.

Petatoninic launcing a pop-up shop inside Parisian gallery, The Supermarket to commemorating the collection. See what's inside Petatonic pop-up shop at image above.


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