Stools have their ways of needing fixes, and normally it would depend on what type of material was used in doing so. But in a different kind of twist, here is a stool that was fixed using plastic bags.
Credit goes to Hongtao Zhou and Erika Drake for this one, recycling old plastic bags to give this stool the functionality it once had. They wrapped bag tissues around the broken joint similar to that of a spider web, after which they melted the bags for the much needed durability the stool needed.
The said project should pave the way for new alternative ways of using plastic bags and potentially curb down the plastic waste problem that adds to our garbage waste issues.