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Sustainable Visitor’s Bench by Frank Gehry

Made of sustainable materials, the visitor’s bench by Frank Gehry has been designed for the World Company building in Tokyo. The bench is not just great because of the sustainable materials it is using, but rather it has an exceptional look that will surely invite every visitor to sit in. The bench is perfect for the largest fashion house of Tokyo, because of its elegant and fashionable design. This wonderful design of Frank Gehry is just another proof that being an eco-friendly person does not need to compromise the latest fashion and design and live in an old-fashioned way. With the visitor’s bench, you can be hip and eco-friendly at once.

visitors bench

visitors bench

visitors bench

visitors bench

visitors bench

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The Strata: A Skyscraper With Built-in Wind Turbines

Green architecture continues to get innovative and the Strata as the first skyscraper to have a built-in wind turbine is just one of the proofs that architects are dedicated enough in helping save the environment. The Strata is a latest addition to the London’s skyline and strikes many eyes with its three built-in wind turbine that produces 8% of the structure’s energy needs. All of the three wind turbines are incorporated on the Strata’s façade and is made possible via a tricky engineering by the Brookfield Europe. The 148-meters long tower has 42 stories and is designed to make use f the Venturi effect produces by nearby structures in order to force wind through the turbines. The wind turbines are expected to produce 50MWh of electricity per year.

The Strata

The Strata

The Strata

The Strata

The Strata

The Strata

The Strata

Source: Brookfield Europe via Inhabitat



Create Cutlery By Emma Hoop

Eco-friendly people will definitely rejoice with the wonderful creation made by Emma Hoop called the create cutlery, a re-usable packaging that has embedded with seeds for the user’s indoor herb garden. Aside from the seeds, the product also has an embedded cutlery available for future use. With the use of eco-friendly materials, create cutlery will definitely educate kids and adults alike about the importance of self-sufficiency, reusability, renewability of a certain item. With the presence of Create Cutlery, landfills filled with packaging items will be drastically minimized. On the other hand, as the plants and herbs grow, foods will be within our reach.

Create Cutlery

Create Cutlery

Create Cutlery

Create Cutlery

Source : Emma Hoop



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