Components of Plastic Office Furniture
The plastic polyporpylene is the most common material used in office furniture today. Discovered by Philips Petroleum in 1951, the plastic is easily molded into the many shapes of today’s office space. Most plastic furniture is created from a single mold. The monobloc is the most famous form of the plastic office chair. Having one mold both reduces cost and allows for a simplified design that is practical and easy to use.
Plastic can be molded into a variety of shapes for different uses. Aside from the classic plastic chair, there also are plastic waste bins, pencil holders and desks. Designers have developed special “high-fashion” versions of plastic furniture to sell at large retailers.
Another recent trend has been the use of recycled plastic furniture. Though polypropylene takes a considerably long time to biodegrade if discarded, one of the benefits of the material is its easy reuse. Requiring only the melting and molding of the material into a new shape, plastic office furniture is almost infinitely recyclable. In addition to preserving space at landfills, this conserves the natural resources, such as petroleum, needed to create new polypropylene.
The most impressive plastic office furniture example:
Boomerang Desk from Office Planner
For art worker who get used to stress for deadline which demand unlimited creativity such as the head chief magazine editor, a working boomerang table like this suits you well. It’s strictly made limited for those who have a strong desire for this cool plastic table. In the future it will become a rare collectibles.or art worker who get used to stress for deadline which demand unlimited creativity such as the head chief magazine editor, a working boomerang table like this suits you well. It’s strictly made limited for those who have a strong desire for this cool plastic table. In the future it will become a rare collectibles.
Made out of plastic with colorful drawer on each side of the right and left made this table special. If you are born before 1969, still young, then you will notice that it’s intentionally created for the second generation. For the first time Maurice Calka design this table and stunned everyone with its originality. This 2010 his son Serge Calka redesign his works and hooks a well know company from Singapore Office Planner. You can be the first one to witness at Singapore International Furniture Fair 2010 IFFS. Just for you to know that The French President Georgeous Pompidou (1911-1974) has the first generation of boomerang desk, a cool molded fiberglass and plastic desk collection with white color stored at Elysee Palace.