The Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair + Interlux Chair | Manfred Kielnhofer

• December 29, 2010

Manfred Kielnhofer has created the Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair. The armchairs were made from used cardboard tubes, they are durable and still retained good condition since their production in 2002 even have been used for various events.

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The Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

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The Environment Friendly Paper Tube Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

Interlux chair is made of plexiglas and neon light. You can also change the light tubes easily – so you can change the colours and enjoy different atmospheres. Try a fresh green in spring, a warm orange in autumn and a golden shine at Christmas! Once put in the lobby, in the hall or in your shop – the interlux (or plexi-tube) chair will be the perfect eyecatcher.

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Interlux Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

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Interlux Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

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Interlux Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

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Interlux Chair, image courtesy Manfred Kielnhofer

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