Archive for the ‘other eco’ category

Zecoo Electric Motorcycle by Kota Nezu

July 13th, 2015



Japanese designer Kota Nezu creates low riding electric motorcycle

BETZAVTA garden furniture by Itay Kirshenbaum

September 13th, 2013

On the product there are pockets that contain a system of wires that will allow the user to shape the flat canvas into the final desired 3D shape. The user spreads out the product on the ground, wets it with a hose, the water penetrates the canvas and wets the Concrete mixture. Finally when the watering process is finished, the user pulls the wires and creates the 3D shape.

Bamboo courtyard by HWCD, Yangzhou – China

February 14th, 2013

Bamboo courtyard by HWCD, Yangzhou – China

Plopp stool by Zieta Prozessdesign

August 23rd, 2011

First shown on the exhibition of Young Creative Polish Designers in September 2009, the new Plopp Family includes: Mini Stool, Standard Stool and a Kitchen Stool. They work great socially – everyone will find a suitable height.

Eco design objects by Domingo Tótora

August 9th, 2011

The beauty of Domingo Tótora’s work not only manifests itself in the final product that one might acquire, but in the process itself. From the designer’s philosophy and respect of the environment, the location of the studio and the way the work is produced, all the way to the final product.

Nat. Fine Bio Food Restaurant interior by eins:eins Architects

July 9th, 2011

The main contradiction of a “natural” restaurant in an artificial urban environment becomes the core of the design. This is reflected in the contrast between natural form and disciplined, geometric abstraction, as well as in the coming together of nearly dematerialized and overly tactile, sensuous surfaces.

Wooden Textiles by Elisa Strozyk

June 17th, 2011

Wooden Textiles” convey a new tactile experience. We are used to experience wood as a hard material; we know the feeling of walking across wooden floors, to touch a wooden tabletop or to feel the bark of a tree. But we usually don’t experience a wooden surface which can be manipulated by touch.

Scream, a hand woven aluminum chair by Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta

May 26th, 2011

Scream is a new aluminum chair from Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta of PIE Studio, an eco-friendly furniture design firm. Made with the same method as their prize-winning Steel Tongue chair, the piece is constructed by hand-weaving an aluminum skin over a stainless steel frame. According to PIE, ” The inspiration derives from a screaming mouth exposing the Uvula. The Uvula moves down and touches the floor as one sits on the chair.”

Eco-Friendly Lamp by Knoend

May 12th, 2011

Studio Knoend has designed the unique lamp with eco-friendly fixture. When assembled, the lamp has the shade for the light bulb which is the packaging itself. In this package, including the fixture is a one-step, ready-to-use solution, which includes a standard electric cord; a 7w energy efficient CFL bulb and hemp twine for assembly. The lamp has 10? x 11? x 10? measurement which can be put as a pendant or table lamp.