Kuskus is a rocking chair made from upcycled plastic bottles

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France-based eco-friendly home decor company Plastiketic unveiled the Kuskus, a rocking chair made from 36 upcycled PET bottles. The chair fits within the company’s overarching mission to promote sustainability through reuse and upcycling. Designed by Gregory Hoogstoel, the Kuskus features a wooden frame sourced from eco-managed forests. The bottles are puffed up with air to provide extra comfort and can be easily replaced in case one of them breaks.

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