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Styrofoam F1 Car By Michael Salter

Styrofoam are useful but harmful to the environment when disposed of improperly. Recycling it can be the best option to prevent it from harming the environment. However, it seems like nobody is doing this, not until Michael Slater did. What he did with the used Styrofoam was created a life size Formula 1 racecar. It’s truly amazing for somebody who have the ability to think of bright ideas about creating new unique design with the aim of caring the environment in mind. If somebody would do the paint job for this eco-F1 racecar replica, this can definitely, be a perfect item for exhibits.

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Recycled Styrofoam F1 Racecar

Source: Michael A. Salter via Notcot



Oriens Glider – Energy Efficient Glider with Transparent Body

Eco friendly transportation does not only mean hybrid cars nowadays. The aviation group also has created their own version of eco-friendly plane called the Oriens Glider – an energy-efficient glider. Designed by Roland Cernat, it is completely made of recyclable materials. It also runs on clean energy and has a contemporary translucent shell finished with shiny organic contours. The eco-friendly materials of the Oriens Glider include a lightweight flax bio-compound that is CO2 neutral and recyclable that is used for its frame. The glider’s transparent body is made of polycarbonate, which can also be recycled. Finally, its wings are crested with photovoltaic cells that causes for an emission-free flight.

energy efficient oriens glider

energy efficient oriens glider

energy efficient oriens glider

energy efficient oriens glider

via Inhabitat



Modern Morerava Eco Cabins: An Environmentally Sensitive Accommodation In Easter Island

Modern architecture designs come along with earth distracting materials and construction method. Unlike the Modern Morerava Eco Cabins by AATA Associate Architects, this structure has modern designs yet very gentle to the environment. One of the green features that the Modern Morerava Eco Cabins has is the incorporation of prefabricated building techniques and low water and energy needs through the installed solar panels to supply its energy needs and rainwater collecting system for its water needs. In this way, the construction of the structure will not need so much time to complete. In addition to the green features, the placement of the Modern Morerava Eco Cabins is also properly planned to protect the structure’s floor from moisture damage.

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Morerava Eco Cabins

Source: AATA Architects via Inhabitat



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