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Lilypads – Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees

The Lilypad is build by Vincent Callebaut that serves as a luxurious future retreat for 50,000 inhabitants seeking for refuge due to rising waters caused by global warming. This floating ecopolis structure is a dramatic display of the most modern and futuristic green innovations.

Callebaut called the Lilypad as a “Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees” which features stealth Mercedes branding in its widnows. The Lilypad ecopolis almost looks like a manta ray in design. The floating community’s lower half is submerged and the top extends upward to soak up solar energy and the under portion serves as a bed for natural sea planktons and oceanic plants.

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

via Tuvie and TrendHunter



Pitch Black Stool And Table: Stylish Chair Made Of Reclaimed Wood

Multifunction furniture saves some amount of money, as you don’t need to buy two furniture pieces for each purpose. In addition, it will also let you save a lot of your space at home and is very favorable if you have very limited space at home. The Pitch Black stool and table will not only allow you to save money or space but also will give you the chance to save the environment. Made from stained reclaimed wood, this one stylish black table and stool in one will look great in your bedroom. The patches of wood creates an added artistic look to the table made a perfect addition to your eye-catching centerpieces at home while caring for the environment.

Pitch Black Stool

Pitch Black Stool

Pitch Black Stool

Source: Pitch Black Stool



Bike Tree Parking Concept System

Just when you think bike parking takes a lot of space, let’s take a look at Abhinav Dapke concept here : Bike Tree. Yes I do agree although bike parking takes less space compare to cars, but still it covers a lot of ground, not to mention theft. I guess that is what inspires Abhinav to design this tree bicycle parking concept.

The control panel includes finger print recognition sensor with some controls for locking/unlocking the bicycle onto the stand. The panel branches out of the trunk at user friendly height.
For locking your bicycle
1. Place your bicycle in the vertical slots
2. Manually lock the rim
3. Press start
4. Finger print
5. OK/ CANCEL

bike tree parking

bike tree parking

Via TreeHugger



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