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Was There Such a Thing as Sustainable Shopping?

People are now becoming more aware of the climate change the world is currently experiencing. Many sustainable ideas are coming out, and now this sustainable shopping thing? The idea for sustainable shopping was developed through studying shopping patterns, informational needs, and psychological aspects. This handheld device will now compare nutritional values and the sustainability of the product you decided to buy. Aside from those functions, it can also be used as your shopping lists, a price checker, and a digital map as it overlays your grocery store’s layout and plots out everything that is listed on your shopping lists. With these features, this device will surely saves your time when shopping.

sustainable shopping device concept

sustainable shopping device concept

sustainable shopping device concept

sustainable shopping device concept

Designer : Martin Hanberger via YankoDesign



The Unique Small House by Plan B Architects in Clyde

Using the pre-existing materials found in the ruined structure, the small house that Plan B Architects was the challenge face by them in overcoming the contingencies of a restrictive architectural program, to create innovative solutions. With the said pre-existing materials, the company was able to create a modern and innovative house that surprisingly reconciles the effectiveness of its aesthetic constructive dimension to the term. Part of the walls of the house uses used slabs of cork to the surface and finished by sheets of polycarbonate cellular to ensure an effective thermal insulation and ventilation as well which is a good feature of the house.

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Plan B House

Source: Plan B Architecture via A Barriga De um arquitecto



Synchronicity Island By Jakub Szczeany

Clean drinking water has always been a problem to some parts of the world and to produce clean drinking water requires some energy that will definitely costs us a lot. The Synchronicity Island by Jakub Szczeany of Centrala is definitely a great answer. Synchronicity is a floating island that purifies river waters with the use of kinetic energy. Using numerous exercise machines, the river water pass through four filters that are attached to the exercise machines and will then be stored in four tanks before being returned to the river. With this wonderful eco-friendly architecture, we can now expect to have clean drinking water without spending too much on electricity.

Synchronicity Island

Synchronicity Island

Synchronicity Island

Synchronicity Island

Synchronicity Island

Source: Centrala via Dezeen



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