Ocean Bench


Brand: Mater

Regular price
$ 1,650.00
Sale price
$ 1,650.00  
Unit price

One Ocean Bench uses 3500g of ocean plastic waste.

It all began with fishing nets. In a nod to its materiality, the Ocean collection is largely made from ocean plastic waste, one of the most important issues facing our planet.

A new innovative business model motivates fishermen across the world to dispose of their discarded fishing nets.

Material Recycled fishing nets and recycled hard plastic. The steel frame has a gunmetal finish.

Origin Europe.

Design Jørgen & Nanna Ditzel.

Free shipping in the US (except HI & AK)

 Please contact us to confirm stock. If in stock it takes about 5-7 days before it ships.

 This item can be returned within 15 days if you’re not satisfied.

  • Width: 61.8"
  • Depth: 22.8"
  • Height: 31.9"
  • Seat Height: 18.1"
  • Arm Height: 26.4"
  • Weight: 36.5 lbs

About the...

Ocean Bench

The Ocean Collection is a reimagined table-and-chair collection (originally designed in 1955) in ocean waste plastic, combining innovative solutions to prevent pollution of the world’s oceans - with one of the 20th century’s most renowned designer, Nanna Ditzel. The series is characterized by its light structure with repeated slats and metal frames, made and tested for outdoor use. The ocean waste plastic and recycled plastic (PP) honors the UN Sustainable Development Goals of protecting “Life Below Water” (SDGs 14) and “Responsible Consumption and Production” (SDGs 12) and “Partnership for the Goals” (SDGs 17). The Ocean Collection is designed for disassembly, meaning that the design allows each component in its purest form to recycle into new production circles.
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Meet the designers


Mater is a conscious and ethical design brand with a strong design philosophy and great craftsmanship. Through collaborations with an external base of established and fresh design talent, Mater combines exclusive high-end furniture and lighting, with working methods that support people, local craft traditions and the environment. The aesthetic of Mater has clear references to Scandinavian minimalism and the designs are all made with sustainably or ethically sourced materials.