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Recycle Your Water Bottle, Use 321 Water

Bottled water can be bought everywhere and normally people use to throw their used water bottle causing it to add up to mountains of landfills we have. The 321 Water is now here to eliminate the practice of throwing away used water bottle. The 321 Water is reusable water bottle that has a built-in water filter to improve the taste of tap water. Thus, it reduces the need of mass consumption for bottled water and eventually reduces waste, fossil fuel usage and CO2 emission during the production and transportation of the bottles. The 321 Water is still a prototype, but I will definitely own one if this will be available in the market already.

321 Water

321 Water

Source: Index Award

MegaPhone: An Eco-friendly Loud Speaker For Your iPad?

At first glance, you surely will have a good laugh as I did at the MegaPhone, for it will surely remind you of the classic sea shell horn. What made it unique and modern, is the use of the known iPhone and the glossy finish of the MegaPhone. The MegaPhone is currently produced in prototype and it surely will hit the market big time the moment is comes in mass production. The MegaPhone comes with a wooden base, the smaller hole is where the iPhone will be placed, and the larger hole will be the one that is responsible in producing loud sound. Zero energy, cute and classy. What an amazing design.



Source: en&is via Think Big Chief

The Zufferey House By Nunatak Sarl Architects

The Nunatak Sarl Architects erected another prefabricated house at the L’Ardevaz Mountain. The look of the house is quite amazing and off-balanced but always has a purpose. The sloppy roof for example is n total harmony with the east and west side of the mountain.

The house was erected using an eco-friendly prefabricated wood framework with another eco feature like the passive heating. The interior has an interior coating of painted wood particle and was protected from outside heat with an insulation coat. The house’s gray concrete flooring has an integrated heating system.

In addition, this cozy Zufferey house also has terrace and garden placed on the ear and south sides of the home to protect the residents from western winds and the summer sun’s hot temperature.

Zufferey House

Zufferey House

Zufferey House

Source: Nunatak Sarl Architects via Inhabitat

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