d-Bodhi stand at IFFS/AFS, Singapore

October 29th, 2012 by retail design blog

The working philosophy of Singapore furniture company d-Bodhi is to reuse and recycle different raw materials into new furniture pieces fit for today’s eco-conscious consumers. Their 2012 ‘footprint’ collection, shown at the IFFS 2012, presents six new dynamic furniture groupings which introduce recycled shipping pallets, boat wood, iron and teak combinations into their material and design production. In addition, their popular ‘Tubeline’ and ‘d-Blue’ denim works have expanded with several new models.

d-Bodhi is committed to bringing carbon neutral furniture to the market through their footprint program, helping customers lighten their carbon footprint on the planet. They create dynamic, award-winning contemporary furniture using a variety of recycled materials. Their use of reclaimed wood to produce many of their designs, make each piece individual, distinguished by the blemishes inherent in their natural beauty, whereby every split, gap, scar and kink is embraced.













http://reclamationadministration.com/2012/05/17/d-bodhi-footprint-collection-iffsafs-2012-best-stand-exhibit-award/

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