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EcoFoil Surfboards from Ocean Green

The EcoFoil Surfboards from Ocean Green is made from sustainable raw materials. It is the Vision and the ultimate goal of Ocean Green. Ocean Green’s innovative construction of their EcoFoil surfboards produces big and strong, yet lightweight hollow balsa core. The shape of the EcoFoil is designed by Ocean Green’s world class shaper (Frank McWilliams), and gives the Nicaraguan wood a stunning finish.

As a commitment on sourcing sustainable and ethically produced materials, Ocean Green has managed a forest where they get their materials in producing their EcoFoil surfboards. Ocean Green uses an organic cloth for their balsa and makes sure that their workshops comply with the Fair Trade standards.

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INCS Zero: Japan’s Sustainable Modern Production Facility

Despite of the modern technologies that we are currently experiencing, Japan has never forget to keep the environment in mind in designing their buildings and the INCS Zero is just a few of the proofs that they truly care for the environment. The said modern production facility of Japan has green roof as one of its eco-friendly features. With this feature, I assume that the building occupants can now save some amount of money for the insulation expenses, as the green roof will surely serve as one. In addition to the earthy features, the building itself is located overlooking to the Nagano mountains, allowing the occupants to have a strong connection with nature.

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

INCS Zero

Source: KPF via Inhabitat



Lilypads – Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees

The Lilypad is build by Vincent Callebaut that serves as a luxurious future retreat for 50,000 inhabitants seeking for refuge due to rising waters caused by global warming. This floating ecopolis structure is a dramatic display of the most modern and futuristic green innovations.

Callebaut called the Lilypad as a “Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees” which features stealth Mercedes branding in its widnows. The Lilypad ecopolis almost looks like a manta ray in design. The floating community’s lower half is submerged and the top extends upward to soak up solar energy and the under portion serves as a bed for natural sea planktons and oceanic plants.

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

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