NoAr stool

by Carol Gay

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 43x43x58
Limited Editions Material : Rubber
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The tressed NoAr stool is an extension of the work that Carol has been developing with recycled rubber from the tyre industry called “air-bladder tyre-rubber”. The seat is braided and sewn by hand, with industrial recycled rubber, the base in coated metal is a folding structure, that focus on sustainability, enabling the transportation using flat pack packaging. It is also stackable to save space in compact environments. There was used only two rubber strips to make the seat, minimising the use of material. It was exhibited during the design week in Milan 2016.

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Weight 3,6 kg
Dimensions 60 × 50 × 65 cm
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Carol Gay was born in Sao Paulo in 1976. She graduated in the year of 2000 at Mackenzie University in Architecture and Urbanism program. from 1999 to 2000 she took part in the “ Construction of the Object” workshop at MUBE “The Brazilian Museum of Sculpture”, with the designers Fernando and Humberto Campana  this experience was the genesis of her current work. She has her works published on several design books including the Bloom Brasil Saboroso and Bloom Brasil Fé both from the trendsetter Lidewij Edelkoort. A hands-on experience, performing constant artisanal skills, and the permanent search for new materials have become essential features of my design.

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In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.