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Tyren the bull

€5,375
€5,375
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Eco-effectiveness and sustainability degree of the product

Reused / Recycled raw materials i 0%

Recyclable raw materials i 100%

Renewable raw materials i 100%

Toxic free i 100%

Non petroleum plastics i 100%

Emissions generated during transport to the factory 0kg CO2

i Type of energy used No renewable

i Emissions generated by energy consumption No data

Place of origin of the product Denmark

Weight of product 53kg

Transport kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.835 kg CO2 eq
500 km 4.18 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 56.5 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 169.5 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 339 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 565 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 845 kg CO2 eq

Useful Life Cycle 10años

Aesthetic Life Cycle 9.9años

Emissions generated by the Material 1 13.87 kg CO2 eq

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Tyren the bull designed by Peter Qvist

A wide range of streamlined curves together generate this powerful abstract bench. The bench might be used in lobbies and similar spaces, where its function can be both an eye-catching bench and sculpture. The Bench consists of 42 sub-elements made of laminated birch veneer individually oiled and waxed to provide the wood with a smooth and silky finish.

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Characteristics of Tyren the bull

Main Raw Material Birch wood Main Color White
Width (cm) 240 Depth (cm) 89
Height (cm) 72 Dimensions (Packed) 72x89x240
Weight Packed (Kg.) 58.0000 Weight (Kg.) 53

General description of Tyren the bull

A wide range of streamlined curves together generate this powerful abstract bench. The bench might be used in lobbies and similar spaces, where its function can be both an eye-catching bench and sculpture. The Bench consists of 42 sub-elements made of laminated birch veneer individually oiled and waxed to provide the wood with a smooth and silky finish. The product design is done using 3d technology. Once the basic form is found, the objective is to define the lines as a whole, maintaining the satisfactory joints between the elements. After several prototypes of persevering work the final design is defined. Waste of the original material. The edges are rounded by hand and each element is in turn sanding a machine and a hand.