This is a reusable diaper made from an innovative material called SeaCell. Previously only used in fabric form blended with other fibres, SeaCell is a fully biodegradable, absorbent and inherently antibacterial fibre made from eucalyptus wood and algae extract. Working with a fibre-research institute, the designer has developed the first functional exclusively SeaCell fabric and created a range of reusable cloth diapers. These mono-material diapers are not only sustainable but also make full use of the material’s inherent skin-protection and hygiene properties.
Luisa Kahlfeldt is a product and furniture designer. Originally from Germany, she studied at Central Saint Martins in London where she graduated with a First Class (Hons) Bachelor’s in Industrial Design. After graduating in 2014 she was awarded a Designer in Residence scholarship from the Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau. Since then she has gained practical, hands-on experience working as a designer for Tom Dixon and Barber & Osgerby, where she had the opportunity to work on and independently manage a variety of different design projects for clients including B&B Italia, Flos, Gallery Kreo, Mutina and Dedon amongst others. Refocusing on her personal development and aspirations, Luisa enrolled in the Master’s Product Design degree at ECAL in Lausanne, where she graduated in June 2019.morePortfolio Instagram
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