Behind Eneris Collective are Irene Segarra and Irene Martínez. Both specialize in sustainable materials, without pulling a train on a contemporary yet inclusive style.
With its organic curves and elegant caramel hue, “Nontalo” looks more like a small sculpture than a functional piece of furniture, let alone one for children.
It all started with the two Irenes, who first meet in Barcelona, where Segarra is from, in September 2021.
At the same time, they began collaborating with NaifactoryLAB, a research studio located in Catalonia. It is on this occasion that they discovered Reolivar, a 100% compostable material made from olive pits. A godsend for the two designers specializing in this field of research. They decided to use it in the design of a piece of furniture, and “Nontalo” was born.
Designed for children, this seat is composed of three pieces in the form of volutes, and three small cylinders.
Evolutive, this stool takes shape according to our desires: a chair, but why not a bench or a character? “Nontalo” does not only seat our toddlers, it also offers a new form of design, freeing the objects from their only function, opening the field of possibilities.