Weltevree has collaborated with dressmaker Joep van Lieshout, to build ‘The Flying Dishman’, an exterior daybed that’s partly manufactured from recycled extinguish containers.
The name of the Flying Dishman refers to the yarn of the Flying Dutchman: a ghost ship forced to float the seven seas forever.
Joep explains how this yarn of the endlessly touring ship touches upon distinguished environmental issues: “The continuing hurry underlines the chronic circle of recycling: the most recent fate of the ocean and the plastic soup’s contradiction between sustainability and ecological catastrophe.”
By the use of recycled plastics, the daybed can stand as a lot as day-to-day weather prerequisites and requires subsequent to no maintenance.
The spherical maintain of the daybed lets in for a 360 stage survey, and may perhaps accommodate 2 to three folks laying down, or 6 folks sitting up, with added cushions for comfort.
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