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Art Exhibition Pieces Made From Waste

An exhibition is happening at the Global Environment Information Center or GEIC in Tokyo, Japan and the masterpieces in the said exhibition are made of pigments, felt, nonflammable cloth, fluorescent lights, acrylic cases and more. With the materials used, the exhibition is called “Is This Waste?” Investigating the possibilities of using waste or rejected material is Tokyo Wonder. Panelists whom works are also featured in the exhibit are Fuji Hiroshi, Ohmaki Shinji, and Yodogawa Technique. Art pieces include the Echoes Infinity by Ohmaki Shinji, Chinu The Black Sea Bream of Osaka Bay by Yodogawa Technique, and the Happy Flower by Hiroshi Fuji.

Is This Waste Eco-Art

Is This Waste Eco-Art

Is This Waste Eco-Art

Source: Tokyo Wonder via Designboom



Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa by Morris Architects

Recycling is such a great way of preventing those abandoned items adds up to our trashes. This time around, more and more people are becoming concern and are actively participating in keeping the environment safe. The Morris Architects are showing their part by designing the wonderful Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa. The resort and spa is made of abandoned oilrigs out of the Gulf in Mexico. The luxurious eco resort has a lot to offer to its customers. People can do boating, snorkeling, diving, and some other water sports. What’s more interesting with the resort is that, it is located at the middle of the ocean.

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Oil Rig Platform Resort and Spa

Resource: Morris Architects via Inhabitat



Keg Apartments: An Eco-mobile Home

Repurposing shipping containers are common nowadays, which invited designer Aristide Antonas in collaboration with Katerina Koutsogianni to repurposed used transportation trailers and create an eco-friendly mobile home from it. Instead of sending it to our landfills, we can have our homes from it. The trailers can also be detached from the car and use it as an eco-friendly stable residence anywhere you wanted. Designs for this kind of home may differ. One can make a window at the front end of the trailer facing the car so that residents can move freely from one place to another as if they are one.

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Keg Apartments

Source: Aristide Antonas via Designboom



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