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SUNPlace Barbeque Grill For Cooking With Sun Rays

Thu, Jul 30, 2015 | Going Green

Design duo Lanzavecchia and Wai were inspired by the convivial cooking experiences of fondues, Chinese hot pots and Korean barbecues for creating SUNPlace. This is a barbeque with an incorporated lens to concentrate sunlight onto a grilling plate for cooking food. On a sunny day, the glass lens mounted above a table concentrates the natural light onto a...Continue Reading...


Pure Luxury For Outside: Oli-Bird Houses

Sat, Apr 4, 2015 | Going Green

Designer Nikolo Kerimov has created Oli-Bird, a bird house that challenges the idea of luxury living for birds. We got used that bird houses are mostly DIY that we make with our kids but if you aren’t good at crafting like me, or just don’t want to do that, pay attention to these ones. Oli-Bird will make your outdoors super stylish and cool, and the...Continue Reading...


Three Dimensional And Green 8.4.1 Bookcase

Mon, Jan 12, 2015 | Bookcases, Going Green

The vertical and horizontal planks of the 8.4.1 Bookcase are offset to create a three dimensional composition providing a variety of shelf heights and depths. Created by Dublin-based 8BY4, it’s a furniture range conceived and defined by being CNC cut from sheet material with the goal of minimizing material wastage and ease of assembly/disassembly. The...Continue Reading...


Green Trend: 19 Eco-Friendly And Recyclable Ideas For Home Decor

Wed, Dec 17, 2014 | Decorating, Going Green

Recyclable and renewable materials such as coconut and wood fibers, cardboard and cork are used to make eco-friendly and temptingly tactile screens, wall coverings and room partitions. Bamboo – an eco-friendly, highly renewable material – is used to make bamboo wall cladding. Can you imagine mosaic tiles made from coconut shells? This is a...Continue Reading...


13 Unique Furniture Pieces Made Of Food Wastes

Sat, Jul 26, 2014 | Furniture, Going Green

Going green is a hot trend now, and many people including designers start to think about the environment. Why wasting food, why not use it for designs and decor? We’ve rounded up several amazing pieces made only from food, and we’ll start from The Salt pendants made from sea salt and a synthetic binder, which are smooth on the outside and rough...Continue Reading...


Going Green: Straw Side Tables Of Biodegradable Material

Wed, Feb 26, 2014 | Going Green, Tables

Green fans, get inspired! Dutch designer David Derksen collaborated with British designer Phil Procter to create this utilitarian series of biodegradable side tables. Made from a biodegradable board material that consists of pressed straw, the Straw side tables are an innovative new design – this material is right what we need to save the nature!...Continue Reading...

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Iconic Le Corbusier Chair Of Recycled Materials

Mon, Feb 10, 2014 | Chairs, Going Green

Recycling materials is necessary today and it helps not to waste resources; recycled furniture is a cool green idea, and this Le Corbusier is one of such things. Reincarnated into an icon, materials change their function and history. Originally, Le Corbusier chair was a classical piece useful for any modern interior but this model is made of recycled wood...Continue Reading...


52 Ideas To Use Driftwood In Home Décor

Tue, Jan 28, 2014 | Decorating, Going Green |

Using driftwood for décor is a brilliant idea because it’s not only beautiful but also eco-friendly because you use reclaimed old wood for creation of new and amazing designs. Driftwood items don’t always mean that a coastal or beach touch, they can look fantastically rustic. There are many cool creations by designers – driftwood tables, lamps,...Continue Reading...


Bio Mass Lights Made From Real Tree Branches

Thu, Oct 31, 2013 | Going Green, Lamps, Lights

Furniture and decor designer Jay Watson decided to make a piece featuring features a main ingredient that is literally from right in his own backyard – tree branches. He picked some of them from his own property to drill out and fit the latest kind of low-energy-use LED inside with an exit through the bottom, resulting in a hanging light with preserved...Continue Reading...


Creative Level Wall Shelf Of Fabric

Wed, Aug 7, 2013 | Bookshelfs, Going Green

What is special about this shelf is that it has a soft shape that changes depending on the content. This is Level shelf by Barcelona designer Roger Moliné. The concept is ultra-minimalist; it’s based on the principle of communicating vessels. Level is divided into two parts. The first are the pivots, they allow a proper grip on any kind of wall and also...Continue Reading...


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