The 'Binary Collection' by Benjamin Rollins Caldwell
- The Binary Collection was featured in a room installation at this year's Design Miami.
- The entire exterior of the Binary Chair is made from motherboards and computer chips.
- All of the parts used to make the furniture were 100 percent recycled from abandoned electronics.
- Chair cushions were made from woven ethernet and ribbon cables.
- The added piece of salvaged glass on the Binary Table provides functionality without impeding its beauty.
- Rollins Caldwell spent hours deconstructing computers and other electronics to get the parts he needed, and even more time placing them on each design to make the final pieces as aesthetically pleasing as possible.
- Caldwell says the Binary Cabinet was the most challenging piece to create, because the interior is made of bent and riveted computer tower metal — something that's not easily made visually appealing.
- Designer Benjamin Rollins Caldwell in The Binary Room.