NewsTuesHEARD THIS TAEG NISHIMOTO turns back to the pre historic times and comes up with a series of recycled paper pulp stools He plays around with the waste paper cut offs and wood logs to build up a flexible sitting of minimal cost He has segregated the whole process into two divisions For the leg part a cm thick paper pulp mixture is wrapped around the wooden rod and is left for three to four full fledged days for drying purpose And similarly for the seat part a 3 cm thick pulp mixture is wrapped around a flat wooden base and is left raw for eight to ten days to dry One more step is curated before the whole procedure ends some fine metal shavings are cached in a metal shop and are sprinkled on the smooth surface of the wet paper pulp as it dries This gives a combo of rough smooth look to the end product To follow the whole procedure and know how exactly he made it check out this article and try out your own designs too

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TAEG NISHIMOTO turns back to the pre-historic times and comes up with a series of recycled paper pulp stools.

He plays around with the waste paper cut-offs and wood logs to build up a flexible sitting of minimal cost.

He has segregated the whole process into two divisions.

For the leg part, a cm- thick paper pulp mixture is wrapped around the wooden rod and is left for three to four full fledged days
for drying purpose.

And similarly for the seat part, a 3 cm-thick pulp mixture is wrapped around a flat wooden base and is left raw for eight to ten
days to dry.

One more step is curated before the whole procedure ends, some fine metal shavings are cached in a metal shop and are sprinkled on
the smooth surface of the wet paper pulp as it dries. This gives a combo of rough-smooth look to the end product.

To follow the whole procedure and know how exactly he made it, check out this article and try out your own designs too!

https://www.designboom.com/design/taeg-nishimoto-llegado-pre-historic-forms-recycled-paper-pulp-stool-06-29-2018/

NewsTues#1 HEARD THIS? TAEG NISHIMOTO turns back to the pre-historic times and comes up with a series of recycled paper pulp stools. He plays around with the waste paper cut-offs and wood logs to build up a flexible sitting of minimal cost. He has segregated the whole process into two divisions. For the leg part, a cm- thick paper pulp mixture is wrapped around the wooden rod and is left for three to four full fledged days for drying purpose. And similarly for the seat part, a 3 cm-thick pulp mixture is wrapped around a flat wooden base and is left raw for eight to ten days to dry. One more step is curated before the whole procedure ends, some fine metal shavings are cached in a metal shop and are sprinkled on the smooth surface of the wet paper pulp as it dries. This gives a combo of rough-smooth look to the end product. To follow the whole procedure and know how exactly he made it, check out this article and try out your own designs too! https://www.designboom.com/design/taeg-nishimoto-llegado-pre-historic-forms-recycled-paper-pulp-stool-06-29-2018/

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