This chair is made of the most unbelievable material you could imagine, and I can say it’s really a new level of recycling – even a shoking one. The B1 Chair by Yanik Balzer and Willem Rabe proposes to repurpose the bone matter of a deceased person, typically between 5 and 10 kilograms after dehydration, to create an entity that acts both as an object of remembrance and utility. As the amount of bone material varies, an elaborate software algorithm determines the material distribution on a case-by-case basis. These results in every chair having a unique inner skeleton and overall weight, while maintaining the same outer shell. A discreet dedication on the backrest credits the material supplier for generations to come.