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Panasonic: Showcased A Solar Powered Charging Table Prototype

As we continue to live the digital world and has nothing to do in working back just to reduce carbon emission and save the environment, it is nice to hear that our modern day gadget manufacturers like Panasonic are working their way out to help save the environment. During the recent retail tech expo held in Tokyo, Panasonic showcased its eco-friendly solar powered charging table prototype. Through this product, we surely will get the chance to enjoy our latest gadget at a lesser carbon emission rate, since we will be using solar energy for our gadget through the charging table. In addition, charging through the Panasonic solar powered charging table is unique as it can be done totally wireless. All you have to do is to place the battery on the table and the charging process will immediately begin. This amazingly earth friendly product simply proves that living the eco-friendly life and keeping the environment safe is getting easier these days and that there is no excuse of not doing it.

Panasonic Solar Powered Charging Table Prototype

Panasonic Solar Powered Charging Table Prototype

Source: Panasonic via Japan Trends



Schair: A That Allow People To Share Seats

Inspired by an awkward experience wherein one has to share a seat with another in crowded places, Pratt design student Charlotte Kreitman has created the Schair. Made from reclaimed wood, the Schair is not only an eco-friendly furniture but is also a perfect furniture to use when in crowded area, for it is designed to split if the need to share with a friend arises. The Schair is Inhabitat’s winning entry for their Best Student Design Award that was held at BKLYN Designs. With Schair ability to allow its users to share seats with someone, this one of a kind chair has turned into a loveseat.

Schair

Schair

Source: Inhabitat



MKLotus by Michelle Kaufman Designs

Sustainable housing might be the perfect answer with today’s need of shelter and the desire of eco-friendly structures. Michelle Kaufman Designs is just one of the designers that are creating sustainable and elegant housing. Theie latest design MKLotus has numerous eco-friendly features that include a rain and ground water collection system, grey water system, solar power, and a green roof, which are all essential for sustainable living. In addition, it has eco-friendly bathrooms and kitchen that uses FSC certified wood cabinetry. Moreover, the MKLotus uses LED lighting for its lighting requirements and have a green roof that enhances the energy efficiency of the home.

MKLotus

MKLotus

MKLotus

MKLotus

MKLotus

MKLotus

MKLotus

Source: Michelle Kaufman Designs



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