John Beck Steel (USA) designed this wonderful environmentally friendly fire cube. As he promises, you can enjoy a fire without the hassle of smoke, smell and ashy messes to clean up! The strong simple shape makes it a stand out design that looks good outdoors amongst the plants aswell as indoors in contemporary spaces. The Fire Cube runs […]
What do you do when your garden hose leaks? Throw it away? Well, one designer who didn’t was Chase DeForest. The designer has created a collection called Hosewares where garden hose has been re-purposed into furniture. She uses the hose in place of wicker in a most novel way. Her pieces are quirky, fun and definitely environmentally […]
As global warming takes effect, and we have to think of more environmentally friendly ways to live our hectic lives, people are increasingly thinking of new ways to accomplish this effort. Check out this new concept home by Cradle 2 Cradle. It has a photosynthetic, phototropic spinach skin surface and a vegetated roof system that […]
Kumiko is a freestand shelving system made from bamboo planks, an environmentally friendly product. Shelves alternate between full-length and half-length, while the base is supported by flared legs. Kumiko creates a flexible display environment for your finest pottery, glassworks, sculpture, artifacts, and more. In conclusion Kumiko is a beautiful bamboo shelving system that would be […]
Designed by Scott Specht studio architecture Spect Harpman Architects, the “Zero House” is a prefabricated house of 200 square meters totally autonomous and environmentally friendly. The roof is made of solar panels that provides electricity so you don’t have to worry about electricity and the power is then stored in a battery backup. Once completely […]
Get Knu produces this interesting line of furniture that will be available starting with September 2007. Made from FSC-certified birch substrate and available in six GREEN veneers, these pieces are not only light and durable but environmentally friendly; sustainability and quality are clearly the primary tenets of Knu’s design philosophy.