Japanese-based design studio Nendo has made its already sustainable Su Stool even more so with the addition of a cork seat. The stool, which it has been designing for American furniture company Emeco since its launch in 2014, is just one of the many sustainable products in its collection.
Not only is cork a naturally renewable resource that is both biodegradable and recyclable, but it is also light in weight, sound absorbing, anti-bacterial, and resilient.
In addition to the cork seat, each Su stool can be made with either wood or natural or black anodized aluminum legs. It's also available with seats made using reclaimed barn wood, recycled polyethylene, and concrete.
For more information visit Emeco.net.