In the Burnout project, a mould of a chair is made out of pages of newspapers. After a special resin has been poured into it, the mould is burnt away. And the outcome that emerges is unpredictable and Surfaces Reporter loves it.
Designer: Francesco Feltrin
The design has got originally published in the Special Milan Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine. It is part of the 100 Designs from across the world captured at Milan Design Week 2019.
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