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Solar Bug Electric Car

Pride of Bozeman, Montana, after half a year, Steve Titus has finally done with his SolarBug electric car. A homemade electric car takes an ATV, and slaps on some solar panels. This electric car saves us on fuel and saves our mother earth as well. This cute little car works the same as the normal and larger car does. Its solar panels will now collect solar energy that made the car work. If we want to save our nature without suffering quality, I think it is now the right time to use an electric car. It might be smaller than the normal but still its function is the same.

solar bug electric car

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Give Your Seatbealts A New Life And Let The Wardrobe Room Divider Bed Be Your Inspiration

Every car owners have their seatbelts changed regularly for safety purposes, discard it instead of reusing it, and create a sustainable product similar to the wardrobe room divider bed by Katharina Pawlik, a German designer that make use of old seatbelts to create functional and sustainable product.

Wardrobe  Room Divider Bed
Wardrobe  Room Divider Bed

The wardrobe that also works as your room divider and bed is made of recycled seatbelts. Therefore, instead of tossing your used seatbelts off to trash and increase the growth of landfills, why not take the wardrobe room divider bed as your inspiration and reuse your seatbelts instead? In this way, you will enjoy multiple functions in one product, thus saves you money from purchasing a separate product for each purpose. In addition, the Wardrobe Room Divider Bed will also help you reduce carbon emission, as you will not need newly manufactured products anymore for a stylish bed, functional wardrobe or elegant divider at home.

Source: Katharina Pawlik



Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

Techne is the sustainable staircase that’s worth a thousand words: born as the brainchild of Italian designer, Fontanot, this eco-friendly staircase is the product of in-depth research and creative, avant-garde design. As a prominent fixture in the home, the staircase should make a statement, and with Techne, Fontanot is making a very green statement.

The Techne staircase is a veritable mix between aesthetics and functionality, set apart from the crowd for its innovative material: technopolymer. It is in fact the first staircase in the world to be built using this plastic-like material that is 100% recyclable. The creative mix of material to make Techne is also reinforced with fiberglass, giving it an exceptional mechanical and shockproof resistance as well as elevated levels of tenacity for a sustainable design option that is low impact on the environment and high durability, not to mention stylish.

Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

Techne was designed and crafted for both indoor and outdoor use. In addition to techniques to produce a sustainable stair, it also uses a particular coloring technique. By using an advanced coloring in the mixture process, Techne is resistant to UV rays and atmospheric factors, perfect for withstanding any type of weather, be it rain or shine. Techne comes in three colors: white, red or green, possibly calling upon the heritage of its Italian design roots?

For environmentally conscious decorators and those looking to add a little style to their home with a creative touch, Techne takes the prize in aesthetics and sustainable design.

Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

Techne Sustainable Staircase Design by Laura Fontanot

From : Fontanot



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