This chair is made from the most incredible material imaginable and I can say it’s really a new level of recycling – even a harrowing one. Yanik Balzer and Willem Rabe’s B1 chair suggests reusing a deceased’s bone mass, typically between 5 and 10 kilograms after dehydration, to create a unit that serves both as an object of memory and utility. As the amount of bone material varies, a sophisticated software algorithm determines the material distribution from case to case. This results in each chair having a unique internal skeleton and overall weight while maintaining the same external shell. A discreet dedication on the backrest attributes future generations to the material supplier.