The learning lounge of the creative growth exhibition at SFMOMA. Furnished with ecoBirdy chairs.

ecoBirdy at SFMOMA

ecoBirdy’s Richard Armchair, Judy Side Table and Charlie Chair are featured in the learning lounge for visitors at the beginning of the exhibition 'Creative Growth: The House That Art Built' at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.


The exhibition

‘Creative Growth: The House That Art Built’  celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the first organization in the United States dedicated to supporting artists with developmental disabilities. 

Creative Growth exhibition at SFMOMA in 2024

At ecoBirdy we feel honoured that our furniture has been chosen for display in an exhibition that closely aligns with our vision, and that the seating corner our furniture is part of inspires creativity and reflection. Learn more about Art for All.

Learning Lounge furniture

Our iconic Charlie Chair for kids is combined with Richard Armchair and Judy Side Table from our furniture collection, to offer a comfortable seat to all visitors of the exhibition. 

The furniture is made of ecothylene®, a recycled and recyclable plastic material developed by ecoBirdy. The company has implemented social and environmental responsibility in every aspect of its business, that’s why ecoBirdy has been acknowledged by B corporation since 2019.

ecoBirdy furniture on display in SFMOMA learning lounge

Discover our collection


The exhibition is on from April 6–October 6, 2024, and you can buy tickets here. The learning lounge for visitors designed with ecoBirdy furniture is situated at the beginning of the exhibition. Read more about the exhibition in the New York Times.

Where else can you view ecoBirdy on display?

  • Young V&A, London UK
  • Design Museum Brussels, Brussels Belgium
  • MAK Design Lab at Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna Austria
  • Museum of Design in Plastics, Arts University Bournemouth UK
  • Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Milan Italy 
All ecoBirdy's features in museums and exhibitions

Sustainable children's furniture

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