This ottoman is part of the Tacloban Prevails Collection, where the brand partners up with victims of the Typhoon Haiyan by buying their reclaimed material and turning it into works of art. 10% of Bernardo Urbina Designs' profits goes back to the local person sourcing the material.
This item is a perfect example of a modern philippine piece of furniture, by retaining the history of the material and the Filipino culture embedded in the furniture itself. Place this item in your home and get a chance to share the story with the people who matter to you.
The brainchild of Bernardo Urbina, the company's ethos is that the design aspect of a furniture or product must go hand-in-hand with the social aspect. They believe we all have a responsibility to help the society we live in. With this vision Bernardo Urbina is dedicated to create furniture out of waste materials such as debris left by a natural disasters or drift wood found around the outskirts of a city. The brand upcycles raw material and gives it new value in the shape of sculptural furniture.
Design type: One-Of-A-Kind | Handcrafted | Heritage | Cultural | Vintage | Sculptural
Sustainability: Upcycled materials | Local ethically sourced raw materials | Social impact projects | Disaster & Humanitarian relief
Materials: Upcycled boat wood | Italian leather
Dimensions: 45 cm W x 45 cm L x 40 cm H
Weight: 7 kg
Delivery time: 6-8 weeks
Comments: Product ships pre-assembled, in a wood crate, by national courier. This unique item is handcrafted from reclaimed materials, therefore actual product may vary from pictures shown. This made-to-order product cannot be exchanged or returned.