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Creative Furniture out of Used Bike Seat

Recycling of a bicycle seat never came across to my mind. My family used to throw away our old bicycle seat the moment my dad has bought a new one. However, when I see this unique furniture made of used bicycle seat, I find it unique and eco-friendly. This eco-friendly furniture is from a Japanese company Scarabike, and is set to be displayed at the Tokyo Design Festival. In addition, Hiroshige Koike designs this unique creation. The used bike seat furniture is composing of a sofa and a stool all are finished with bicycle seat. This concept is truly a useful one that save our nature at the same time.

Bicycle Seat

Bicycle Seat

Bicycle Seat

Source: The Design Blog and Trendhunter



Breathe In The Clean Air with Airgo

Clean air is had to find nowadays especially if you are in the crowded and busy streets of the city. People who wants to breathe in clean and fresh air tends to go to farms and provinces to have it. However, doing this within the city may not be impossible already because Airgo is now here to measure the quality of the air we have around us. Hence, by doing this, we will already know how harmful the surroundings is and will eventually lead us to become a more responsible citizens already. The Airgo is also recyclable, thus it will not only make people an eco-friendly one but the product itself is already an eco friendly material.

Airgo Air Meter

Airgo Air Meter

Airgo Air Meter

Airgo Air Meter

Airgo Air Meter

Airgo Air Meter

Source: Madebymakers via Tuvie



Planet Solar: The World’s Largest Solar Powered Boat

When it comes to global warming responses, solar power is definitely the most popular. We have heard numerous solar powered homes, vehicles, and more. when it comes to boats, the Planet Solar is a boat hailed as the largest solar powered boat in the world. The Planet Solar measures 100 feet long and 50 feet wide. The boat’s covering is composed of 5,300 square feet of Photovoltaic solar panels, which will definitely be responsible for collecting solar power to supply the boat’s electricity needs. With room for fifty passengers, the boat is expected to tour around the world in 2011.

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Planet Solar Boat

Source: PlanetSolar via Designboom



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