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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



Ornamnetal Miniature Landscape By Ecosculpture

Feel the presence of the natural ecosystem at the comfort of your own home with the wonderful ornamental miniature landscape originally made by Ecosculpture. One can have their refreshing landscapes that include nature like ponds, animal, plants and more with the help of the talented people from ecosculpture. Aside from bringing nature inside your home and harmonizing your modern living with nature, the ornamental miniature landscape requires no maintenance as well and a self-regulating eco-system. Meaning, it also saves you time and money from maintenance cost, as these are all an exact replicas of the natural ecosystem and its habitat.

Ecosculpture

Ecosculpture

Ecosculpture

Source: Ecosculpture



Bamboolarule By James Cadogan

Heard so much about the use of bamboo in different product, we are not done yet, because another eco-product made from bamboo is now again being made. This time around, it is a little useful thing called the ruler, and the product was named bamboolarule. Dsigned intentionally for an arthritic user, the bamboolarule has lovely design and looks like it is a long lasting object. Made from bent laminated bamboo, the bamboorule allows fingers underneath for easy pick up. Preschoolers will definitely enjoy its flexibility and will not break a rule anymore. This can be a perfect supply for your pre-schoolers.

Bamboolarule

Bamboolarule

Bamboolarule

Bamboolarule

Bamboolarule

Source: Baskerville Studio via Dezeen



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