We explore the goods from designjunction and showcase some of our favorite designs we spotted.
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During the London Design Festival, we visit 19 Greek Street - "an alternative space for design expression and experimentation."
A totally unexpected use for old vinyl records.
A slim, reusable water bottle that easily slips into your bag along with your books and computer.
This eco-friendly home has a faceted facade giving it the appearance of a modern urban sculpture.
These classic and stylish leather cuffs are made from repurposed upholstery leather.
These friends came up with a way of linking waste and consumerism by making a pair of shoes out of found plastic waste.
Reclaimed wood pieces become the material used to design the interior of a gallery in Mexico.
A line of livable products created from discarded fans and traditional weaving techniques.
A modular furniture system made up of wooden boards and aluminum connectors that let you say goodbye to tools.
An architect and his wife designed and built a net-zero energy house in Santa Monica, California.
Dear Human creative studio uses discarded paper to create customizable, 3D wallpaper.
From bags to pillows and even tile, take a look at our favorites from WantedDesign this year.
Take discarded shipping containers and turn them into a really cool indoor/outdoor bar in Austin, Texas - yes, please!
An eco-friendly chair gets tricked out with a mosaic pattern of colorful woven threads.