Ghigos Studio gives stone residue new life by re-imagining them into objects for daily use.
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Marijke & Sander Lucas took trash off the streets and turned it into functional furniture to raise global awareness of waste.
Glass tiles that are made of the glass from old CRT television and computer monitors.
Using recycled wooden slats with leftover lacquer patterns, Davide G Aquini creates a buffet inspired by African tribal art.
Bignatov Studios takes 6000 old CDs and creates a reflective installation with the local community.
A beautiful laser-cut dollhouse for kids and collectors alike with matching furniture.
A modern water filtration system that utilizes a glass carafe and biodegradable filters made of coconut shells and silk.
A project that takes discarded items and redesigns them as a response to the notion of scarcity.
We check out Greenhouse at the Stockholm Furniture Fair and pick some of our favorite designs.
A modest set of environmentally conscious row homes that come at affordable prices.
An outdoor chair made from old sails that can be used as a lounger or as an easy chair.
PLUMEN launches their second designer low energy bulb that's a sculptural loop of light.
A house that sits on top of a ridge and combines a touch of rustic with clean modern lines.
Discarded fans become colorful, woven light fixtures that promote environmental awareness while supporting local workers.
Seating with upholstery made from colorful silk balls that are filled with sponges to ensure a comfortable and cozy sitting experience.
A collection of lamps that are made with your basic wooden clothespins.