RESYSTA – Brand New Eco-Friendly Furniture Material

Anny | Jan 06, 2021

                                                                      RESYSTA Outdoor Furniture

The restaurant furniture supplier Go In, in collaboration with Münchener Boulevard Möbel GmbH is launching a new product range of furniture using a wood-less eco-friendly material called RESYSTA. The RESYSTA material looks and feels like wood, yet is composed of materials that don’t even include wood! The new RESYSTA products are designed to protect rainforests by reducing the amount of wood needed for high-quality furniture.

The RESYSTA is made from several materials, most notably 60% rice husks, roughly 22% rock salt, and then about 18% mineral oil. There are probably a couple more secret ingredients too! The resulting material is completely recyclable and very resilient against the elements, namely sun, rain, snow, and saltwater (such as on coastal properties). Unlike medium density fibreboard (MDF), RESYSTA does not swell when it gets wet. Additionally, RESYSTA does not split, tear, or rot. The manufacturers are so certain of their new creation, that their furniture comes with a 15-year warranty!

Unsurprisingly, the material has taken 10 years to develop, and I expect to hear a great deal more about RESYSTA in the near future. The RESYSTA material was recently shown at the Hotelympia 2010 Show in London, where GO IN was awarded this year’s innovation award.

GO IN are a German-founded company, who has been around for over 35 years. They supply all kinds of commercial and contract furniture, like the furniture you see both indoors and outdoors at pubs, clubs, hotels, restaurants, airports, showrooms, and other large buildings where you typically sit down on something solid!

Great to see a new modern material that’s a viable alternative to wood. Given the massive deforestation that still continues with the rainforest, everything that we can do to help keep our natural habitats gets my vote.

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Anny spent most of her time dwelling on useful things, and she drives all her research visible through her articles. Most of her unique and challenging topics include product reviews and descriptions of eco-friendly products and technologies. 

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