Really Rococo II – Recycled Textile Table

by Ebba Lindgren Sweden

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The “Really Rococo II Table,” a creation by Ebba Lindgren, draws loose inspiration from the asymmetrical curves of the rococo era, a departure from historical accuracy but a delightful indulgence in decadence.

With its expressive, alluring shapes, this table beckons to those who fancy themselves modern-day royals. What makes it even more extraordinary is its commitment to sustainability through upcycled materials, offering solace to conscious consumers in turbulent times. It’s like having a piece of Versailles right in your living space!

Crafted primarily from “Really Board,” this table showcases its eco-conscious roots. Comprising pink textile fiberboard sourced from Kvadrat and Malmö Upcycling Service, it elegantly repurposes textile industry off-cuts and industrial laundry materials. These components are meticulously milled and pressed with a textile binder, while the white core finds new life through old, worn-out bed linens sourced from hotels. This fusion of aesthetics and sustainability results in a truly captivating and eco-friendly piece of functional art.

The texture, shade, and curves of each piece vary.
The surface is untreated. Ok to wipe with a damp cloth, but it shouldn’t get soaked.

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20

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(b.1993) Ebba Lindgren's design practice is artistic and concept-driven. By letting big ideas take up space even in the smallest contexts, Lindgren has created an approach to design that is smart, desire-driven and unconventional. Lindgren has an MFA in industrial design from Lund University and has studied at Emily Carr School of Art in Vancouver. [email protected] +46709430747 studioebbalindgren.com @ebbalindgren_
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