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The Rubber Tree Is A Sustainable Design Of AnnMarie van Splunter

The sustainable creation of AnnMarie van Splunter called the Rubber Tree is a great invention to reduce non-biodegradable wastes in our landfills. Old tires are normally discarded and added to our landfills, which is not favorable at all to the environment. Some even have them burnt that obviously produces harmful carbon emission.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

The Rubber Tree is the designer proposal in creating a sustainable school playground and recycling used in a positive way. The rubber tree is an oversized sculpture composed of recycled rubber tires. The rubber tree design imitates the roots of a real-life rubber tree, which creates a realistic feel of actually having the real tree.

Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree
Rubber Tree

Source: AnnMarie van Splunter via CollabCubed



Rrround Chair: Your Stylish Eco-friendly Chair

Lounging, relaxing, and unwinding within our chair is a normal thing that we do when we got home from work, trip, or whatever that made us feel wasted and tired. However, it could be more relaxing to our mind, body and soul if we lounge in our chair with care to the environment in mind. This is 100 percent possible with the Rrround Chair by Finnish Lahti University of Applied Sciences students Kuisma and Janne Melajoki. The Rrround Chair is made from recycled carpet resulted it to become a multi-colored chair. The color comes in layers creating a dart-like appearance, which surely will add up to the beauty of your home interior.

Rrround Chair

Rrround Chair

Rrround Chair

Rrround Chair

Source: Lahti University of Applied Sciences via HomeDosh



Double Happiness Swing Lets Both The Environment And The People Happy

Advertising billboards are mostly discarded to landfills, which is not good for the environment but never again with the Double Happiness Swing.

Double Happiness Swing
Double happiness is an epic swing made from converted billboard. Didier Faustino designs the swing for the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Bi-City Biennial of Urbanism and Architecture. With this project, ad agency can now help reduce waste and give new life to their old billboards that are destined to landfills. Looking at the picture, this epic swing will surely give users an extraordinary experience as they swing their way back and forth while reactivating different public places and keeping aware of the physical world.

Source: Didier Faustino via ReCraft



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