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The Veggie Bowls by Margaret Dorfman

Giving our homes creative and natural interior design really takes sometime to finish. Just like this handmade veggie bowl by Margaret Dorfman. The bowls are made from fresh vegetables that are cured for several days. She then pressed it, dried, aged, and then molds the parchments into bowls that are as thin as paper that made it translucent. These veggie bowls are completed in ten days and should be kept away from direct sunlight to preserve its beauty. In addition, these bowls should also be kept away from moisture and humidity aside from keeping it away from direct sunlight. Made from various vegetables from different seasons, for sure you will have a good choice.

Veggie Bowls

Veggie Bowls

Veggie Bowls

Veggie Bowls

Veggie Bowls

Source: Margaret Dorfman



In-Habit by Todd Kramer

A shelter for survival is very important during a disaster. However, sheltering survivors is not just enough. Disasters happen maybe because of the nature’s revenge of being abused by people. It is now time to give back to our nature and create an eco-friendly survival shelter. The In-Habit is a perfect example of what I am talking about that represents a next phase of disaster relief shelters. It might be inspired by structural forms of the past; it utilizes new materials and technologies that are ideal for disaster relief. In-Habit is manufactures from recycled plastic bottles, and has Photovoltaics (OPV) that absorbs and store solar energy that are then transferred to OLEDS for electricity lighting use at night.

In-Habit Relief Shelter

In-Habit Relief Shelter

In-Habit Relief Shelter

In-Habit Relief Shelter

Source: Design21



Pitch Stool By Nicolai Czumaj-Bront

With the use of reclaimed wood, Nicolai Czumaj-Bront come up with a wonderful and eye-catching stool design called the Pitch Stool. With the combination of machining process and reclaimed wood, the designer was able to shape the weathered and worn wood, exposed the wood’s beauty and character from their variation in color, as well as the signs of wear that produces an imperfect yet highly impressive design. With this design, weathered and worn wood that are supposed to be destined to landfills are given new life and eventually save the earth from possible harm by drastically reducing the possible growth of landfills.

Pitch Stool

Source: Nicolai Czumaj-Bront



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