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Box From Yonoh

Stylish and modular bathrooms system has now starting to get popular. With the aim to save space and money for construction, many of us are now into modular designs. The Box from Yonoh, a studio based in Valencia is a wonderful modular bathroom system and at the same an eco-friendly one. This bathroom consists of several parts. One houses the water closet and washbasin, the other one houses the shower, a small seat, and two shelves with towel racks. The last module serves as the expansion unit and storage as well. The entire unit requires electricity to function.

The feature that made this bathroom system an eco-friendly one is its ability to recycle water. Water used in the shower and washbasin are stores in the used water tank, which in turn supplies the water closet tank. In addition, all faucet controls of the Box are electronic and have the ability to inform the user of the water temperature and the quantity used, which in turn will allow the users to monitor its water usage and save water in the process. This bathroom system also has a sleek design and clean look, thus making it easy for the users to patronize.

The Box from Yonoh

The Box from Yonoh

The Box from Yonoh

The Box from Yonoh

The Box from Yonoh

Source: Yonoh via Designboom



Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube Makes Environment Friendly Living Easy

We all thought that living the eco-friendly lifestyle is somewhat hard to achieve but Way Basics proved us wrong with their amazing Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube. Because it is a cube, you can create modular pieces out of it. Surely, your imagination is the limit. You can use the cubes as storage of your toys, magazines or books. You can also have it piled up and create a lovely bookcase.

You can also use the cubes as your cute and sleek stool, foot rest or coffee table. The cubes are made of durable zBoard recycled paperboard making it not only a fun furniture to own but also ideal to help save the environment. Other than the sustainable design and recycled material, the cubes are also non-toxic with no formaldehyde and no VOC content making it a healthy and safe furniture to use anywhere in your home.

Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube
Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube

If the use of zBoard made you feel in doubt about its durability, you should free your mind from doubt because the zBoard used are superbly strong but weighs 62% less than a particle board. Assembling the cubes is dead simple and probably the simplest among many of your furniture pieces and decors at home. It requires no tools at all because all you have to do to start the assembly is to peel the super strong 3M adhesive included on the cubes, stick and you are done. When buying the cubes, it comes in different colors, light and dark wood-grain designs. However, it would be great if you will buy the white one as it will allow you to do however you want it to look like. You can paint it with the color of your choice. You can also cover it with decorative wallpaper or embellish it with your favorite embellishments. If you are looking for an eco-friendly and probably interactive furniture or home décor, Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube is of no doubt a perfect piece to own. [Click here for more information about Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube.]

Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube
Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube
Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube
Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube
Way Basics Eco-friendly Cube



Spiraling Skyscraper by Eric Vergne

Sustainable structures are now seems to be the focus of every designers in the world. Self-sustainable buildings are built everywhere every now and then. This time around, it was Eric Vergne’s spiraling skyscraper called the Dystopian Farm has won the Evolo Skyscraper competition. The building has the ability to bind the building with an innovative technology in providing the city with its own self-sustaining food source. The Dystopian Farm has the aim to provide New York with a sustainable food source and creating a social space integrating producers and the consumers. With the Dystopian Farm systems like airoponic watering, nutrient technology and controlled lighting and CO2 levels will be tied up together to meet the food demands of the coming populations.

Spiraling Skyscraper

Spiraling Skyscraper

Spiraling Skyscraper

Spiraling Skyscraper

Spiraling Skyscraper

Spiraling Skyscraper

Source: Eric Vergne via Inhabitat



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