There is a lot of talk these days about reversing the greenhouse effect and slowing global warming, with systems such as filtering Co2 from the atmosphere, planting trees and developing "clean" jet fuels, and I find all of this inspiring and laudable. But the main issue, to me, is a truth that can be difficult to face: not only do we need to consume differently, but we need to consume LESS. For me, this means integrating the concept of adaptability and the concept of reusing and reducing materials into my designs. The "+1.5°" armchair transforms from an armchair to a chair or to a children's chair, coffee table, sofa or chaise longue. A design for different stages of life, for our children, our elderly and ourselves. The basic structure is made of regionally sourced wood, while the seat, back and armrests are obtained from recycled scrap furniture.