Recycled sea plastic & circularity
R.U.M., is short for Re-Used Materials & R.U.M. is sustainable.
R.U.M. is made of fishing nets & recycled steel. Sea plastic collected and sorted in and around Denmark to ensure the highest quality and colour combination. The plastic is taken from the Scandinavian seas and harbours. Primarily from Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Iceland, but also all the way into international waters.
From the first sketches designed to fit the idea of circular economy. The circularity is supported by the use of only two materials that can be 100% recycled without significant material downgrading. A Chair designed to change the way furniture is made in the World. The seat also comes in an upholstered version. For further information about options please contact us.
C.F. Møller Design is an integral part of C.F. Møller Architects, one of Scandinavia’s leading architectural firms. C.F. Møller Design cooperates internationally on design and development of innovative and meaningful products for people, buildings and cities. Their vision is to improve life for people and planet.
C.F. Møller Design describes the creation of R.U.M. as being friendly, comfortable & practical, and meant for use in public areas, contract furniture & private house holds.
Wehlers offers sustainable furniture to the thoughtful consumer who refuses to compromise on design and sustainability. Wehlers insists on circular economy, local Danish craftsmanship, and we are on a mission to change the industry- for good. Wehlers has designed an intelligent ECO-system and take back their furniture after ‘end of use’.
Øster Søgade 110, kld
DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
|Size:||Seat height: 46 cm|
Seat width: 43,5 cm
Seat depth: 39,5 cm
Height: 80,25 cm
|Material:||Seat and back made of recycled ocean plastic waste|
|Material base:||Recycled steel|
|Country of origin:||Denmark|
|Origin of materials:||Denmark|
(plastic waste from the ocean)
|Production processes:||Made by family owned enterprises locally.|
All designed, crafted and recycled in Denmark after “end of use”.