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Infant’s Sustainable Shoes from Infant’s Weebit

Living green is now everybody’s desire and aim. However, our little angels are not aware of it yet, but we as parents can make them as one of us by giving them sustainable products. With the Infant’s Weebit’s Infant’s Sustainable Shoes, I am sure many parents out there would love to have one for their babies. This eco-friendly infant shoe has a hemp upper part with woven organic cotton linings, a recycled PET and latex elastic, a cute piggie deco made from wool felt, and Green Piggies logo on the outsole for better grip that will keep your little ones from sliding.

Infant Sustainable Shoes

Infant Sustainable Shoes

Infant Sustainable Shoes

Infant Sustainable Shoes

Infant Sustainable Shoes

Source: Simple



Solar Tiles: Creates Eco-friendly Homes

With the people’s growing desire of combating global warming, more and more people are now aware of the things that can help save the environment. Some do the recycling, others uses hybrid cars, while other are into sustainable sources of energy like the sun. The Solar Tiles by Italian company Tegolasolare is just one of the home improvement items that make use of the sun’s renewable energy. The solar tiles are a roof tiles made of red clay embedded with photovoltaic panel making it and eco-friendly roof tiles. When installed, your roof will look like having the traditional roof tiles of clay, but if viewed from above, the solar panels will be visible. With this product, your home electricity usage will definitely be lowered equivalent to the amount produced by the solar tiles.

Solar Tiles

Solar Tiles

Solar Tiles

Solar Tiles

Source: Tegolasolare via Solar Lighting



Urban Forest By MAD Architects

When we hear of forest, we always think of it being in rural areas of a certain place. However, MAD Architects has brought the beauty of a forest right at the heart of Chongqing, China. Hailed as the Urban Forest, this one of a kind architectural structure is a commercial high-rise building that is made up if numerous curved and abstracted shaped floors that are layered off-center with each other. With the plants and trees within the building, the urban forest will be the living example of a green space within the busy streets of China and the building’s overall design incorporates nature with the scenic view of the city.

Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Urban Forest

Source: MAD Architects via Designboom



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