Stabile and Venezia created the recycled plastic OTO chair with the goal of achieving full sustainability, not just in material choices but in the supply chain.
"From the beginning, we realised that using recycled materials was not enough," said Stabile and Venezia. "We had to think about something that would systematise the entire sustainable supply chain, from production to logistics, distribution and assembly, to stimulate the public with a product capable of activating a new awareness."
The resulting OTO chair is produced using a single mould, and it is sold online and delivered direct to consumers flatpacked.
In the making of OTO, One to One collaborated with Ogyre — which runs the Fishing for Litter platform, allowing any fisherman to contribute to collecting marine waste for reuse. Each OTO chair removes 500 grams of plastic from the sea, according to the brand.
The OTO chair comes in six colours: onyx, fog, mustard, eucalyptus, coral and forest.
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