The chair's moulded shell seat contains 42.5 per cent coffee waste, while the other 57.5 per cent is polypropylene.
"Coffee turns out to be a great and sustainable component for firm seats," said Zuiver.
The brand calls it its "most sustainable chair so far" because it also uses imperfect wood rejected from the production process for its legs.
All Albert Kuip series chairs have natural oak wood legs, but whereas those with discolouration or knots cannot be used in the standard editions, in the coffee chair, they are rescued and simply painted black.
The waste grounds come from one of the large coffee companies and are part of an estimated 2.5 billion cups of coffee consumed daily worldwide.
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