Posts Tagged ‘sustainable’

Spice containers by DESIGNO-patagonia

January 2nd, 2017

Influenced by the transformation of matter through time, Argentinian studio DESIGNO-patagonia has interpreted how rocks become pebbles and how water erodes earth through their latest “cuecos” collection. This unusual set consists of spice containers for a contemporary kitchen as well as storage items for personal belongings.

Sustainable see-through speaker by People People

January 2nd, 2017

The Small Transparent Speaker was designed and launched on Kickstarter by Stockholm studio People People. It is intended as a reaction against excessive consumer waste, particularly electronic waste.

Al Sud restaurant by Sipala Tripi Architetti, Siracusa – Italy

December 1st, 2016


The interior details are made of cork and eco-friendly spray paints while furnitures of the terrace are designed and made of birch wood. Two greenwalls are located at the entrance and behind seats in the sitting room. The floor is Made of resin cement.

IKEA pavilion at Dubai Design Week, Dubai – United Arab Emirates

October 30th, 2016

Visitors take a walk through the past and view the story behind their products embodying Swedish roots. At the same time, the exhibit reflects on the present showcased inside a vast democratic home built as the an open, multi-faceted pavilion spread across two levels.

RE LED lamp branding by Saad branding+design

October 25th, 2016

The identity has bold colors, typographies and phrases that leads to reflection and propose a wiser lifestyle, highlighted by its tagline: Rethink.

The Lychee take away restaurant by barmade Interior Design, Lucerne – Switzerland

October 22nd, 2016

The handmade lampshades, the tables and the wooden grid on the wall are made out of bamboo, a very sustainable and fast growing popular construction material in Asia. The petrol on the wall reminds of the pretty beaches of Thailand with it’s beautiful blue weather and it’s endless sky.

Puro branding concept by høly

September 30th, 2016

Combining nature’s most raw and pure elements in a saliently surrealistic way, PURO’s new presentation makes the most of natural light’s innumerable and beneficial properties along with black-and-white coarse landscapes’ majesty.

Treehouse Suite at Playa Viva Sustainable Boutique Hotel by Deture Culsign, Playa Icacos – Mexico

September 28th, 2016

The villa’s palm-tree-pierced, clay tile roof and exposed wood beams provide a textural ceiling for the lounge and bathroom, where locally sourced wood becomes countertop, carved stone is the vessel sink and hand-laid pebbles create the graphic shower floor.

Pastucci – Massas e Cervejas by Estudio Mova, Brasília – Brazil

September 24th, 2016

To create a comfortable atmosphere, the walls are cladded on one side with birch wood planks, from a sustainable source, with some graphic elements that were designed especially for the project; and the opposite wall in bricks that go to the upper level creating unity between the levels.

10YO Tawny Port wine packaging by Omdesign

September 4th, 2016

The packaging is 100% Eco-friendly, complying with the environmental and sustainability concerns that Casa Ramos Pinto has made its policy. It was created and produced by the Omdesign agency and consists of two cork blocks and an outer sleeve of pressed cardboard that unites the two parts.

Jurlique store by Akin Creative, Sydney – Australia

July 19th, 2016

Taking cues from the Jurlique farm and the Adelaide Hills, the materials are a mix of natural, handmade and highly textured finishes including silver travertine, Tasmanian oak, brushed brass and terracotta tiles.

Monochrome Kale Pavilon by Paolo Cesaretti at Unicera 2016, Istanbul – Turkey

June 6th, 2016

The project was able to speak both to professionals and consumers through symbolic chromatic matchings: white – the company, four different shades of gray – the thematic exhibition clusters, oak wood to express a solid sustainable attitude.

Basis natural wood treatment identity & packaging by Daniel Lindqvist

June 3rd, 2016

By utilizing a broad palette of wood surfaces a sense of warmth was given to the structures. This warm natural element in combination with a solid typographic system enable an approachable end product that invite to interaction.

Garcimuñoz castle restoration by Izaskun Chinchilla, Cuenca – Spain

June 3rd, 2016

Hence, all new structures are light and temporary, largely comprising portably-scaled units of galvanised steel that are bound together by reversible joints.

Dynamic Commerce office, Kulmbach – Germany

May 2nd, 2016

36 workplaces, more conference rooms, a training room for up to 30 people and lots of space to make team work a much more enjoyable experience.

EA Games Offices by KMD Architects, Mexico City – Mexico

May 1st, 2016

By using recycled content in the Shaw Contract Group carpet, ceilings and wooden finishes the firm achieved to decrease the damaging procedures that the planet is subjected to. The lighting includes LED technology and by choosing Herman Miller as their dealer, the client was assured that the furniture was made by clean and sustainable processes.

Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation, Manchester – UK

March 28th, 2016

Made from 35,000 paper cubes of sustainable British papers, Selfridges Bright New Things hand sculptures by FLOW Creation are stopping shoppers in their tracks and encouraging reflection on sustainability and manufacturing tradition.

VelO2 interactive light installation by Loop.pH, Taipei – Taiwan

March 7th, 2016

Air quality sensors to collect the fluctuating data is fed into the network system which create light trails as participants physically interact with the installation by cycling against each other around the two tracks.

LPA Office, San Jose – California

February 22nd, 2016

Divided into two areas, a work zone and a collaborative zone, the latter incorporates moveable furniture so that the space can be quickly and easily re-configured, as needed. Meanwhile, the work zone is defined by a unique “ventilated fold” made up of white perforated metal panels.

Loving Earth Chocolate Packaging by Round

January 11th, 2016



Loving Earth’s brand philosophy is simple: be healthy, be sustainable and be fair.