For the LC2 Recycle chair, designer Baptiste Menu took inspiration from a design classic of the modernist Le Corbusier, the LC2, and reworked it with recycled palettes and gunnies. The result is a recycle design furniture element with gaps beneath the seat, behind the backrest and inside the armrests. These can conveniently become cubbies for books and other assorted items in your comfy home.
We’re not sure if the sofa openings are meant to be a storage space, but hey: as a consumer you’re much happier if you can interact with the things in your home and give them your proper twist, don’t you think ? The designer behind the recycled version is the French Baptiste Menu that created the design for this college thesis. Although mounted with bolts, palettes and gunnies you can clearly encompass the outlines of the LC2. In other words: the successful conceptualisation with these recycled materials is quite smart. Kudoos ! www.echo-system.fr