Made in collaboration with materials agency Surface Matter, the Lollygagger Living range launched at this year's Clerkenwell Design Week and features outdoor chairs, tables and planters.
Each piece in the collection is manufactured completely from post-consumer or post-industrial recycled materials transformed into a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) by plastics company Metem.
"Every Lollygagger Lounge chair produced prevents nearly 300 milk jugs from entering the waste stream, and more than 95 per cent of the waste from the manufacturing process is sent to recycling," said Loll.
"At the end of their useful life, everything from the HDPE plastic to the stainless steel fasteners used in the furniture can be recycled."
The chairs are based on the shape and angles of the classic Adirondack – a slightly reclining outdoor seat often made of wood – and all feature an integrated bottle opener.
The Lollygagger collection is on show in the garden of St James Church throughout Clerkenwell Design Week, which takes place this year from 24 to 26 May.
Dezeen's picks of the must-see installations include a high temple of timber below a historic archway, a flat-packed Museum of Making and a series of glass-tile sculptures designed to help visitors navigate the area.