Juliet Bench | Eco-Leather

White MDF
White Eco-Leather
White Eco-Leather Fire Retardant Cushion
White Eco-Leather Cushion

Elegant and eco-friendly, the Juliet Bench has been designed as the natural extension of the William Bed. Ideal for the bedroom, Juliet also fits in any other setting, residential or commercial.

The cushion is made of Eco-Leather or Regenerated Cotton. The surface is made of 4mm thick lacquered faced MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) or white Corian, while the structure is made of double corrugated cardboard. The feet have cut-to-measure felt floor protectors.

Designer: Roberto Pamio for Staygreen

AWARDS: 1985/89/90/93 "I.B.D. Award" - New York | 1985/87/89/91 "Roscoe Award" - New York | 1986 "Product Design Award" - Chicago | 1987 Selezionato "Compasso D'oro" - Italia | 1988 "Forum Design Award" – Italia | 1989 Salon International Du Design D'interieur Award - Italia | 1989 "Sidim Award" - Montreal (Canada)| 1991 Selezionato "Compasso D'oro" – Italia | 1999 Primo Premio Concorso “Celebrazione Alla Fine Del 2° Millennio Dell’era Cristiana” | 2000 Finalista Concorso “Puerto Rico” | 2004 If Design Award 2004 Hannover Germany | 2005 If Design Award 2005 Hannover Germany | 2007 Concorso Riabita - Milano | 2009 Premio Mosaico E Architettura - Italia

Design Type: Handcrafted | Good Design

Year: 2016

Sustainability: Eco-friendly materials | Local ethically sourced materials | Sustainable production methods


Structure - Double-corrugated kraft paper sheets

Seat - MDF | Regenerated Cotton, Eco-Leather 

Color Choices: 

Structure - Natural, Grey

Seat - Eco-Leather: White | MDF: White

Dimensions: Width: 150 cm / 60'', Depth: 35 cm / 14'', Height: 40 cm / 16''

Weight: 13 kg / 29 lbs | Seat Capacity: 198 lb

Delivery time: 1-2 weeks

Origin: Italy + USA

Shipping: Packed in a solid cardboard box. Shipped by UPS.

Comments: Please contact us for special color requests to orders@greendesigngallery.com.


Sustainable Design without Compromising Performance



Kraft paper is a 100% biodegradable natural product. The pulp is made from long virgin fibres of maritime pine and is not bleached, to ensure minimum chemical processing and to retain the wood's natural colour. Kraft paper biodegrades entirely naturally. Just like the leaves from the trees, kraft paper decomposes naturally within a few weeks, returning to its initial form of cellulose fibres, which can be fully assimilated back into its original natural environment, with no adverse impact on nature or human health. The production of kraft paper is an entirely closed-cycle process. All materials resulting from the process are recovered and recycled, and waste is used as a source of energy. This entirely closed-cycle system has major benefits, both environmental and economic.