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Explore - Plastic
For this versatile indoor/outdoor seat, Philippe Starck mined the silhouettes of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7, Eames Shell chair, and Saarinen Tulip armchair.
The anodized-aluminum frame locks into different positions for an array of relaxing angles and no fear of tipping off the patio.
Keep desktop clutter under control with these modular organizers manufactured in Petaluma, California. This compartmentalized vessel can serve as a makeshift pot while also holding writing...
We'd be hard pressed to find a tastier looking and more environmentally minded timepiece than this one. The Juice clock by Bean Products is made from 100-percent recycled detergent bottles and...
PVC water mains from Detroit are transformed once Jack Craig heats and manipulates the raw material, converting it into seating—a departure from the pipes’ “highly machined ...
By now, we've all heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—a concentration of marine debris located in the ocean. To combat amount of plastic in the sea, Method just released a line of...
Levy's plastic carryall is extraordinarily versatile: It can keep tabs on live-work necessities, from notepads to sewing kits.
An all-purpose container that's as light as paper, plus water-resistant, compressible, nearly impossible to rip, and stands up on its own. (That's the glory of Tyvek.)
The machine-made sleekness of the chair's polycarbonate seat is tempered by the organic feel of its wooden legs. We also like the smoked gray version in addition to the amber shown here.
For those who are after more than just light, V will cast cool geometric shadows through its polycarbonate slats.
A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Designed by Philippe Starck in 2002 / Polycarbonate mold. Available in the Dwell Store
Originally designed by Verner Panton in 1960, this polypropylene piece was updated by Vitra in 1999. Available in the Dwell Store