Terra | Adital Ela - these stools are made from earth and natural fibers in a unique compression process that was developed based on a long term study of materials and of ancient building methods. In this project I act as a “designer-gatherer”, all materials were gathered from construction and agricultural waste and from the natural environment. Terra Adit, Mobiles Faditali, Design Awards, 52Nd Editing, Stools Aditarl, Terra Stools, 23 Design, Adit Ela, Aditarl Ela
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