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LED Lighting On A Bamboo: An Eco-friendly Outdoor Lighting

The use of bamboo and LED technology is becoming widespread worldwide when it comes to sustainability. Electronics engineer Bill Watson make use of both bamboo and LED technology to create a sustainable outdoor lighting system that will be featured in Lighting In Bottle festival in Silverado, California. Looking at the photos, the sustainable outdoor lighting system looks unique and eye-catching. Each of the bamboo shafts have LED-lit leaves installed with colors and patterns adjusted using a computer. It can surely add some catchy ambiance to any street, garden, and more. I think, this would fit well on beaches as well and it surely will attract more tourists.

Bamboo LED

Bamboo LED

Bamboo LED

Bamboo LED

Bamboo LED

Bamboo LED

Source: Bill Watson via Inhabitat



Solar Powered Pavilion For The 2012 London Olympics

Many architects are now aware that they too can help save the environment through their sustainable creations. We have seen many sustainable sport fields and pavilions being built and today, the Solar Powered Pavilion designed for the 2012 London Olympics is unveiled. Aside from the use of solar power, other eco-friendly features of the London Olympic Games Information Pavilion include the use of recycled materials. The pavilion is the winning entry of the Portuguese architects that uses recycled steel and has the Olympic rings-shaped pavilions, which made is an eye-catching design fit perfectly for accommodating participants and audience during the 2012 Olympic Games.

Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion

Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion
Solar Powered Pavilion

Source: Bustler via Inhabitat



RC-1 Rain Collector By Hero

Water conservation has been a call for such a long time already. However, it seems like only a few are answering to the said call, not until the issue of Global Warming came out. The issue sounds like everybody is being warned and all are now aware and seem like cooperating to help save the environment. A Toronto based company creates the RC-1 Rain Collector, which I find a perfect tool to conserve water and energy thru the rainwater that is being collected by the RC-1 that has the ability to hold 45 gallons of rainwater. With this enough amount of water, you can now surely water your garden or wash your dog or car or clothes without the need to tap on your city’s water supply.

Hero RC-1 Rainwater Collector

Hero RC-1 Rainwater Collector

Source: Swiss Miss



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