While cleaning your home can be quite a challenge, sometimes keeping it tidy on a daily basis is even greater. Fortunately, there are more and more interestingly designed items on the market to help organize everyday life. This is also the case with this project by the CP-RV duo.
This couch proposal may appeal to all lovers of bakery pastries. Gab Bois propose a reinterpretation of a classic sofa designed by Mario Bellini, made of ... hamburger rolls and hot dogs rolls!
Berlin-based designer Youyang Song used the peel of fruit and algae to create plant material that is an alternative to leather. Peelsphere is not only flexible and waterproof, but also completely biodegradable.
Most hot tubs are made of non-recyclable materials. The products of the Canadian company Goodland are an ideal alternative that is good not only for people, but also for the natural environment.
The New Raw design studio is committed to a zero-waste philosophy, creating a limited edition Ermis chair that was made from waste sourced from their own production facilities in Rotterdam.
Ecology has seriously entered the world of design and we hope that it will stay there as long as possible. Designers realize that our planet's resources are already very limited - that's why they are looking for new materials from waste that will not harm it. Meet "Superwood"!
Today we present the latest collection of the Czech creative duo Lexová & Smetana. Tables from the "SWELL" collection surprise with an interesting form and precision of workmanship.
This is the last moment to have fun on a very unusual playground. Air Bubble was created in Warsaw - a playground with sea algae that purifies the air.
More and more designers work with materials from recycling. The fact that the glass, the plastic or paper can be used again in an effective way is already well known. And what to do with the brazing waste, such as food waste?
Dutch design studio "The New Raw" recently presented the collection "The Elements" - a limited series of beach furniture that is digitally produced from recycled marine plastic waste. Furniture is made using 3D printing.
Berlin-based design student Tobias Trübenbacher has developed a lantern with an integrated wind turbine that produces its own renewable energy and only lights up when needed. The project aims to reduce light pollution and emissions from street lighting and mitigate its impact on humans and animals.
Hai Studio has created a design of unique benches to prevent FOMO during the coronavirus pandemic. The name of the project "Nomo Fomo" is short for "No More Fear of Missing Out".