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Chairs by Italian fashion house Marni, produced by former Columbian prisoners. Created in limited edition of 100, each will be on display at Salone Internazionale del Mobile this month.

Chair from a new collection of seating from the Italian fashion house Marni. The chairs were produced by former Columbian prisoners. Marni is working with local charities there to employ former prisoners and help them settle back into social and working life.

Marni presents a collection of 100 chairs made in Colombia by ex-prisoners. Salone del Mobile 2012.

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Marni furniture collection: Asymmetry was the unifying theme of this year’s project, with multihued chairs and benches mixing with tables to create unique pieces.Photo: Courtesy of Marni

"Amalia" chair by Eggpicnic. Santiago-based designers Christopher Macaluso and Camila De Gregorio teamed with local artisans Francisco Palma and Mario Rojas, who used a traditional hand weaving technique for a Chilean material called mimbre, which was originated in the town of Chimbarongo just outside the capital. Cost -- approx. $700 US.

Danish Modern Teak Dining Chair by Designer N. Møller.