David Thulstrup’s Limited Furniture Collection Is Made Of Eelgrass

We love seeing the innovative use of materials coming from natural environments. Studio David Thulstrup unveiled a limited edition furniture collection of four pieces made of eelgrass Acoustic Mats by Søuld. These mats are made of eelgrass and integrated into a collection, with steel and glass being other core materials.

The Acoustic Mats are produced locally in Denmark and collected sustainably by local farmers. They are a natural, non-toxic, and CO₂-binding material. Søuld’s acoustics enhance the sensory experience of interior wall and ceiling cladding while providing exceptional acoustic performance, health, and well-being benefits, reducing the environmental impacts of construction

David Thulstrup’s collection explores eelgrass in a new surrounding on a low table, high table, podium, and room divider.

 

 

“Working with eelgrass feels rewarding not only because of its truly unique characteristics, but also the fact that it’s natural, sustainable, and revolutionary. I especially love the surface of the eelgrass, its warm hue, and the smell of salt.”

– David Thulstrup

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

Limited furniture edition made by eelgrass

How about some extra inspiration?

A floating close-knit water community

Schoonschip is Amsterdam’s innovative circular neighbourhood, a community-driven project set to become a prototype for floating urban development and what a close-knit water community could

Read More »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Follow our Wednesday Journal

Receive your dose of inspiration, education, and downloadable resources. By signing up now, you will access the last three editions.

Mood Board Creation: Learn How To Effectively Communicate

Online Courses - English

You’ll find now a very complete starter program, which comes subtitled in eight languages. You will learn:

  • why haptic moodboarding becomes more relevant and effective in 2022 
  • how to create a balanced board that not only looks good but works as a memorable communication tool
  • that I do not start a mood board with the creative hands-on process but with a thinking process and a formula
  • how I used that specific formula in a business project, which I share with you

The Mood Board Academy on Instagram

[]
%d bloggers like this: