Recycled leather for walls, flooring, seats etc

by: Mirjam Visser, 2012-08-28 12:04:19 UTC
Sustainability Aspects: Recycling leather cut-offs from manufacturing and making leather material out of it with the same look and feel as leather. Good example of up-cycling

Java Croco

The Andeline collection exists of recycled leather veneer made from pulverized leather fibers extracted from car seat and luxurious handbag manufacturers. Leather is composed of leather fibres and mixed with natural latex and Acacia tree bark as a binding agent. The technology used in fabrication is very similar to that of paper recycling adapted to leather. The finishes applied on the rolls of recycled leather is similar to that of leather processed in tanneries. It comes in different textures like crocodile or

Exceptional combination of elegance, sustainability, and durability for wall, ceiling, and furniture applications. Available in sheets, rolls, or panels. Apply and maintain the same manner as wood veneers.

The spec:

  • Suitable for walls, casework, cabinets, ceiling and furniture applications;
  • Great durability for light commercial, institutional, and residential environments;
  • Unique abrasion resistance properties & resilience – a hallmark of EcoDomo leathers;
  • Exceptional value, yield, and diversity of applications;
  • Multiple custom options for texture, thickness and finishes – we will match your leather swatches.
  • Standard 1.45 meter widths in rolls ranging from 50 to 100 meters in length.
  • Thickness can be adapted from 0.4 mm to 0.8 mm
Designer: Ecodomo
Manufacturer: Ecodomo
Category: Leather, recycled


Java Croco
Onyx Crocco
Java Croco
by ecodomo

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