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Industrial Wood And Metal Eco Lamp From Scraps

Thu, Nov 12, 2015 | Lamps

We’ve found another super creative piece for a man’s cave! It’s Eco lamp by Lucmo made from parts found in the scrap – so unusual and so cool! It has an unconventional look and a very eco-friendly origin; the piece is a 12V lamp with special led which looks like Edison bulb with warm light. To me Eco lamp reminds a peculiar nest with some unusual...Continue Reading...


Eco-Friendly Cherry Blossom House On A Modest Budget

Fri, Nov 6, 2015 | Going Green, Modern home designs

This award-winning family home is situated close to Strasbourg, in a village famous for its cherry trees and cherry schnapps. Presented with a naturally beautiful site, and constrained by a modest budget, the house is highly methodical in its plan, and dramatically augmented by the selective framing of views. The building is insulated with eco-friendly...Continue Reading...


‘Adopt A Product’ Home Line From Disposed Plastic Containers

Wed, Oct 21, 2015 | Furniture

With consideration to solid waste being a major issue, “Adopt a Product” is an eco-friendly line of home objects that uses the structural qualities of disposed plastic containers in their design. In other words, this line of eco-products repurposes disposed plastic containers from ingredient packaging without making changes to the form. Each design,...Continue Reading...


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...


Smart Wooden House Built With Beech Wood Plugs

This hi-tech wooden house was built without glue, screws or nails, it’s built with beech wood plugs. The whole house is made from spruce, larch, pine and birch wood, and built without using chemicals or artificial tools – this is eco-friendliness at its edge! The interiors are modern and almost minimalist – who needs much decorations with such...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...


Unique Sputnik Lamps Of Wood And Cotton

Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | Lamps

Sputnik is a Russian word meaning an artificial satellite, and also the name of unique lamps by French designers Julie Lansom. The lamps look really impressive and very relaxed, ideal for beach interiors or holiday homes – for every room! All the lamps are unique: they are entirely handmade of wood and cotton thread. The lamps come in different sizes and...Continue Reading...


Eco-Friendly Coastal House Invisible From A Distance

Fri, Jul 18, 2014 | Waterfront home designs

Today blending homes into landscapes is a hot trend in architecture as it looks harmonious and doesn’t spoil the natural look. Casa Till by WMR Arquitectos is located on the Chilean coast and was designed so that from a distance it would not be visible. The roof of Casa Till is level with a small hill in front of it and a path leads from the hill directly...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...


Paving Stones With Holes For Greenery

Wed, Mar 6, 2013 | Going Green

Eco-friendly and green ideas become more and more actual and popular because nowadays it’s very important to take care of nature and let it integrate modern life. Caroline Brahme was awarded for creating Grey To Green – it’s a series of paving stones that can “host vegetation”. These paving stones would bring more greenery to any city, will make...Continue Reading...


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