Furniture startup plants trees to fight poverty, promote sustainability
Furniture Pipeline makes a variety of different pipe and fitting products, like this book shelf.
The wood used in its products is sourced from sustainable wood farms.
This table was made from sustainably sourced wood and recycled aluminum pipe.
Moshe Rindenow, left, and Ave Hayat founded Furniture Pipeline in 2016.
For every 10 trees planted, a full day’s work is provided for people living in poverty.
A Madagascar local stands in the middle of trees planted by Eden Projects .
For every one product bought from Furniture Pipeline, seven trees are planted.
Trees provided by Eden Projects are planted in poverty stricken areas like Nepal to provide work for locals.
Sustainability, integrity and creativity are the name of the game for Furniture Pipeline. Not only does it use recycled and eco-friendly materials to create stylish furniture, it gives back to the world in the process.