News Home & Design Stool ZERO: Handwoven Seating Made From Recycled Fans & Wire By Kimberley Mok Writer McGill University Cornell University Kimberley Mok is a former architect who covered architecture and the arts for Treehugger starting in 2007. our editorial process Twitter Twitter Kimberley Mok Updated February 27, 2020 ©. KaCaMa Design Lab Share Twitter Pinterest Email News Environment Business & Policy Science Animals Home & Design Current Events Treehugger Voices Creativity is the quantum leap of awareness that connects-the-dots and lets us see past preconceptions and into a realm of new territory. Such is the idea behind things like permaculture, adaptive reuse and just generally reusing old things to make new and unexpected objects. Hong Kong based KaCaMa Design Lab (previously) now brings us Stool ZERO, a stylish stool made from landfilled ventilator fans and scrap wire. © KaCaMa Design Lab Colourfully hand-woven with lengths of plastic wire casing (the copper was taken out and reused elsewhere), the fans' wire cages are sourced from a local recycling center. © KaCaMa Design Lab © KaCaMa Design Lab © KaCaMa Design Lab The plastic casing serves to give the seating a bit of cushioning, while also providing some eye-catching patterns to decorate the metal cage. No word on where the wood comes from, but it looks like regular, dimensional pine lumber. © KaCaMa Design Lab More over at KaCaMa Design Lab .