Rugs play an important role in keeping our place warm. Have we thought yet that these rugs can be eco-friendly as well? Well I definitely think this fancy rug from Nate Siverstein and Andrea Paustenbaugh is the great example. Made of presumably used shoelaces, these fancy rugs will keep you and your pets warm anytime. In addition, it comes in different size and shape of shoelaces and is machine washable as well. With its fancy and playful look, these rugs will surely compliments to many of the modern interior we have today. Keeping green and stylish has never been easy with these fancy rugs out of shoelaces.
Recycling is a good idea and has been a practice already with many designers of today, and Greg Lynn who designed the recycled furniture is already one of them. The recycled furniture is designed as attractive as possible. Some of the designs look beautiful, while others are hard to appreciate. I find this product perfect for showrooms and not for use at home. This type of creative designs should be preserved for sample purposes. Besides, I found the designs less comfortable for home use. However, the idea of recycling is great, and Greg Lynn’a designs are very artistic.
Designed by Anatoly Shikov, Capca is a unique and fashionable eco-friendly car concept that will let you save for space and gas. With electro engines located in the back wheels, the Capca is totally equipped with sensors and panoramic views camera. In addition to that, it also has a unique auto-parking system. You can now stroll around the village or the city with its speed of 90 km/h at approximately 180 kilometers after 10 hours of full time charging from solar batteries. The Capca is good for our environment, however, 10 hours of charging for 2 hours of usage is not favorable for me. Apart from that, I find the Capca a perfect alternative.
Modern automobile designs are all about maximizing space and minimizing fuss by making it function specific. It aims at solving specific consumer problems rather than shoving plenty down out throat in a cumbersome package. It is all about being street-smart in your design and the Capca is exactly that ad a lot more. This all about traveling across the city on a daily basis with little to absolutely no fuss and doing so in simple and ergonomic fashion.
Inspired by nature this petite design can function as a recharging station, solar energy storage batteries and an oxygen generator. The glasses of the car are made of transparent solar batteries and has a transparent monitor built into the windscreen. The car is equipped with sensors and panoramic view cameras, with navigation and auto-parking systems. The electro-engines are located in the back wheels and what takes this car a mile ahead of the other ones is its unique feature of making itself small when the wheel-engines are shifted together during parking.
There are also two accumulators in the car, the first for a chassis and the second for electronics with maximum speed being 90 km/h. The fuel distance at one battery charge is approximately 180 km; full charge time from solar batteries is approximately 10 hours under average sun activity. The Capca is all about sense, simplicity and space and it achieves its goals with elegant ease.
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