Sustainability-minded Dutch artist and designer, Piet Hein Eek, is known for his reuse of materials, with everything from steel remnants to scrap wood being fair game for his creations. The newest Scandinavian-inspired furniture additions to his outdoor collection include pieces made with minimum material loss and the re-use of old army fabric. Among the fabric options available for these pieces, we love how the army fabric shows off the construction of each piece so cleanly. It looks entirely ready to handle whatever life throws its way!
Piet Hein Eek’s Outdoor Collection Wins with Minimal Waste + Maximum Reuse
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