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Fibonacci Inspired British National Wildflower Center Addition by Ian Simpsons Architects

The Ian Simpson Architect’s Fibonacci generated spiral solution has won the competition for the addition to the existing National Wildflower Center in Knowsley, a part of the Liverpool City Region. With the North West Development Agency’s support and commitment to sustainable development, they have now resulted to consider Ian Simpson’s design as the winning entry because of its ability to make Knowsley become the home of the greenest conference venue in the country. Ian Simpson’s entry was not only the jury’s choice but is also the public’s favorite design. With the Fibonacci spiral inspired design, people will now understand the connection between math and nature, and will now become more aware of wildflowers role to the environment.

Fibonacci Inspired Wildflower Center

Fibonacci Inspired Wildflower Center

Fibonacci Inspired Wildflower Center

Fibonacci Inspired Wildflower Center

Fibonacci Inspired Wildflower Center

Source: Inhabitat



Sustainable Wood Products by Ten at 100% Design in London

Wood always creates an elegant and classy product as long as it has been created and designed for the sake of beauty and fashion. Just like what this group of designers called the TEN does. They create various collections of sustainable wooden products and present it at 100% Design in London. A few of their collections are the wooden lampshade, candlestick, framed bird feeder, dumper-truck toy, a door wedge, disk tidy, and many more.

The group TEN was led by Chris Jackson, has been working with design retailer twentytwentyone in order to produce various range of sustainable wooden products for the home and garden.

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

wood by ten

Source : 100%Design via Dezeen



Cut Papers With Care To The Environment Through Your Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer

Using paper is one way of saving the environment and cutting it using Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer is an added way of showing care to the environment. If you are looking for a sustainable tool to cut your fliers, handouts, invitations and the likes, this paper trimmer is ideal for you. [Click here for more information about Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer]

Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer
Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer

As its name suggests, the trimmer has a base made of bamboo and we all know that bamboo is a 100% renewable source of material. In addition, the trimmer is ideal for heavy use as it can cut up to 15 sheets of 20-pound copy paper at once. Other than that, the trimmer will help you save on cost, for you don’t need to replace its blade because its blade is titanium carbide coated and is self-sharpening. Other than the sturdy construction and eco-friendly material, the trimmer also comes with an innovative paper clamp for extra convenience when trimming papers as it works automatically. The moment the cutting bar is lifted, the clamp will lift along and when cutting, it automatically clamps keeping the papers in place. Aligning your project before cutting has never been easy with Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer because of its precision printed scale and grid. [Click here for more information about Fiskars Bamboo Base Paper Trimmer]



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