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British furniture brand Deadgood launch their latest product ‘Sprung’, a versatile lounge chair with sustainability at the forefront of the design process. 99% of the materials used are fully recyclable, whilst 80% are produced from recycled content. On show in the Deadgood showroom at 46 Old Street, Clerkenwell.
Designed in-house by the Deadgood Studio, ‘Sprung’ is suitable for a wide range of commercial environments and applications, both indoors and out and features an ‘honest’ aesthetic, with nothing hidden or disguised and every functional fixing and fitting on show. Designed to encourage refurbishment or recycling at the end of its life, the product features removable covers and detachable components. This includes a recycled steel frame, finished with Deadgood’s ‘Get Wasted’ paint created from one hundred per cent recycled paint powders. A refined colour selection of sixteen shades are available in the new ‘Oceanic’ range by Camira, a commercial fabric created entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic. Deadgood’s eclectic collection of products are designed and made in Britain and supplied to commercial projects and influential brands worldwide. The company was set up by university friend’s Dan Ziglam & Elliot Brook in 2004, with a mission to challenge the preconceived conceptions of what a commercial furniture brand should look like, all the while developing simple products for the modern workplace.