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The Rubber Tree Is A Sustainable Design Of AnnMarie van Splunter

The sustainable creation of AnnMarie van Splunter called the Rubber Tree is a great invention to reduce non-biodegradable wastes in our landfills. Old tires are normally discarded and added to our landfills, which is not favorable at all to the environment. Some even have them burnt that obviously produces harmful carbon emission.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

The Rubber Tree is the designer proposal in creating a sustainable school playground and recycling used in a positive way. The rubber tree is an oversized sculpture composed of recycled rubber tires. The rubber tree design imitates the roots of a real-life rubber tree, which creates a realistic feel of actually having the real tree.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

Source: AnnMarie van Splunter via CollabCubed



Stump Stools: A Sustainable Stool For Indoor And Outdoor Purposes

Fallen trees from our forests generally do not catch the attention of the community. However, people from Cumulus Project pay some of their attention unto the fallen maple tree from the forest of Storm Bay in BC. From this supposed to be discarded wood, Cumulus Project talents harvested it and create a wonderful Stump Stool from it. The Stump Stool has the white upholstery on it providing comfort to the users. Aside from the sustainable source of wood, foams used for the upholstery of the stool is also a sustainably harvested latex foam making the Stump Stool a true blue eco-friendly furniture design.

Stump Stool

Stump Stool

Stump Stool

Source: Cumulus Project



Barney New York’s LEED Certified Building

Barney New York has recently opened its seven-floor, 90,000 square-feet LEED certified building. This only means that numerous companies are no doing their part in helping to save the environment. This new space of Barney New York is a good example. Aside from it being LEED certifies, Barney’s new space is also using a plant-laden “green” roof that has the ability to absorb heat for a more natural fresh feeling without the need to use for an air-conditioning system. The buildings thermal glass exterior and a penthouse that houses Fred’s restaurant are one of the building’s highlights making it not only and eco-friendly building but a sure tourist attraction as well.

Barneys LEED Building

Source: Men Style



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