ecoBirdy's design ethos centers on the vast potential of recycled plastic waste as a material, with a focus on pared-back simplicity that allows its unique beauty and texture to shine.
The brand’s new addition, Richard Armchair and Judy Side Table embody this design philosophy, featuring clean lines and minimal shapes that highlight the raw, unfiltered aesthetic of recycled plastic. The new duo is 'mature' reimaginations of their award-winning kids' Charlie Chair and Luisa Table.
Designed by Vanessa Yuan and Joris Vanbriel, the Richard Armchair is a stunning piece of furniture that comes in two deluxe colors, fitting perfectly into any private or public space. Its ergonomic seat is specially designed to maximize postural support, making it suitable for both working areas and extended usage. The armrests offer subtle support without being intrusive, and the embracing backrest provides an additional layer of comfort. The chair's two legs provide both balance and stability, giving it an elegant and distinctive silhouette.
Similarly, the Judy Side Table is a versatile and playful piece of furniture that embodies ecoBirdy's commitment to sustainability and innovation. Its linear and neat design make it perfect for use as a coffee table, side table, or night table. The table's soft, rounded edges and stable structure make it an ideal addition to households with children.
ecoBirdy's commitment to sustainability goes beyond just creating beautiful furniture pieces. Through their patented system, they have successfully transformed old, unused plastic toys into a new recycled and recyclable plastic material called ecothylene®. This innovative production process has resulted in a material that is both ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing, showcasing the brand's dedication to design and functionality. In addition to their unique approach to recycling, ecoBirdy also offers custom-made solutions for companies' manufacturing waste. All of their design and production processes are done with social and environmental responsibility in mind, with operations based in both Belgium and Italy.