ICFF 2008: Mio

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Last year, Mio captured our interest with their Nomad cardboard room divider. This year, the Philadelphia-based company launched three new concepts at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair — a modular storage unit, a stool that uses discarded tires as its seat and a recycleable Tyvek wall covering...

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If you can't afford solid wood furniture, Mio doesn't think you should hide behind a veneer — embrace an environmentally-friendly particle board.

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The stool has a steel frame and its seat is made from recycled tires. It's held in place by friction.

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Mio will recycle their new Loop Tyvek wall covering when consumers send it back to them.

Originally posted by Aaron on AT:NY.

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Janel Laban is the Executive Editor of Apartment Therapy and has been working here, at the dreamiest of dream jobs, since March 2006.

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