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Buy Local: Fugitive Glue

By Gregory Furgala

The Bomba stool by Fugitive Glue is a solid example of the ever-evolving design collective’s upcycling mission. Imagined by creative director Jano Badovinac, the seats utilize salvaged, cut-up propane tanks and found birch laminate with the purpose of small-footprint manufacturing – think per order blowtorching, not assembly lines. It’s a bittersweet approach: when the material is gone, the product run is done. Fugitive Glue isn’t stuck on furniture; the collective’s portfolio also includes branding, interior design, window coverings and even shoes for full-circle service.

$655, fugitive-glue.com


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