Now in its second year, the 100 Chairs Project by Marni consists of a group of Columbian ex-prisoners tasked with creating a collection of chairs completely by hand, in order to encourage their resettlement into both social and working life. Using only recycled materials, the project is extremely sustainable and shows Marni's commitment to working with charitable initiatives.
This year's collection centres around the concept of the 'urban living room' and includes chairs, chaise-lounges, rocking chairs and even the inclusion of tables this year. Each piece has also been constructed in a child's version as well.
Marni are also holding an Inhabi-tants workshop this week (April 13th and 14th) where, like the creators of the chairs, you can make your own little piece from recycled materials, fabrics and varying components.