Dave Hakkens designed DIY machines that will help turn unwanted plastic into usable objects or raw materials.
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Sea-Tex is the first solar control fabric using recycled shoreline plastic — it keeps light out while keeping heat and energy in.
Beautiful, hand-printed tablet accessories that also support small businesses in South Africa.
This Switzerland brand's latest release of bags will have you wishing for warmer months already.
Located in West Hollywood, this eco-friendly home incorporates the indoor/outdoor, open-concept layout often found in California.
While keeping the design clean and minimal, this children's Desk still offers plenty of function with removable boxes.
adidas and Parley for the Oceans unveil a shoe concept made with ocean plastic and a 3D printed midsole.
Designers, artists and architects created 12 installations for the inaugural Dubai Design Week.
A natural material that washes up on beaches and ends up in landfills is used to make modern stools.
A minimal jewelry line featuring classic and stunning shapes.
We're loving Nau's recycled down jackets - that keep you warm without that puffy, marshmallowy effect.
A clever stool that uses discarded fans and scrap wire to help promote recycling and hand craftsmanship.
A pair of eco-friendly, sustainable homes that sit next to each other and offer people an in-home office.
The Victoria and Albert Museum was once again the “hub” for the London Design Festival with a series of site-specific installations.
After much experimentation and testing, Nau is giving a new life to old duvets by using their down as filling for coats and jackets.
Willem Heeffer explored possible uses for discarded espresso machine parts and turned them into lamps.