Search results for : igloo art work made of coconut shell

Eco Plastic Goes Fun

Living green is now becoming more fun as days pass by. Majority of the designers are creating sustainable products that are fun and stylish that many of us would never thins the said sustainable products are made from second hand materials or recycled items. The Jiu Jie from Y-town is submitted to iGreenSpot and is definitely a fun sustainable item to have.

Jiu Jie

Jiu Jie

Being sustainable does not equal being boring.
The new Jiu Jie collection by designer brand y-town shows a creative way to be sustainable. The eco plastic, composed of entangled colorful lines, is colorful and tactile friendly at the same time. The product is recyclable, which means minimal waste in the production process. Besides, the material is easy to clean, anti-vibration and –collision, which makes it the right choice for cup coaster, placement and even laptop case.
The seamless design makes use of a unique technique to provide flexible storage space and avoid losing stitch in traditional textile. Last but not the least, by reducing components such as button and zippers, the whole collection is convenient to recycle.

Jiu Jie

Design Features of y-town Jiu Jie Collection
• Surprising texture and tactile feeling applied to products from table mat to accesory.
• Good flexibility, anti-vibration and –collision.
• Good ventilation for cooling; easy to clean and maintain.
• Unique seaming edge design, no losing stitch.
• Eco-plastic (PONY test, REACH standard).
(article/picture:Silent)

Jiu Jie

About y-town
y-town was founded in 2007, Shanghai.
Launching product collections such as the y-town Recycled Project, Jiu Jie and Dual Color Sun Glasses, the designer brand has been defining its experimental and avant-garde identity via attention to everyday life, material aesthetics and social responsibility. The brand philosophy—rethink, redesign and reuse, is injected into every item from gift, stationary, accessory to furniture.
The team, lead by design director Jamy Yang, are winner of more than 20 design prizes. The products have been presenting in exhibitions worldwide and are part of the Red Dot Design Museum collection.

Contact
Xiaojing Huang
(Brand Director)
E-mail: silenty@163.com
Tel: 0086-21- 6280 2294 ext 603 Kulu
E-mail: kulu2003@hotmail.com
Tel: 0086-21- 6280 2294 ext 0
Mobile: 139 1857 1144
Building.11-1, BUND 1919, No.258 West Song Xing Road, Shanghai(200940)

Jiu Jie

Source: Y-town



Eco-Friendly Pre-Fab House by Bestetti Associati Studio

Eco-friendly architectures are now becoming a trend to mostly of the architects worldwide. If they are not building new building with eco-friendly features, they created pre-fabricated homes for cheaper yet great architectural design. Joining with some other architects is Bestetti Associati Studio that build a stylish elegant pre-fabricated house with an eco-conscious environment. This house was built using eco-friendly modular components handled by the company Pircher. A Stylish and high-end furniture from B & B Italia accentuated the house. People living in this house will surely enjoy the luxurious lounge and pools perfect for the household to relax and unwind.

Bestetti Pre-fab House

Bestetti Pre-fab House

Bestetti Pre-fab House

Bestetti Pre-fab House

Source: Swipelife



Recharge Your Appliances Through a Solar Powered Plant

A cute plant equipped with solar panels will let you recharge your appliances. During the day, the plant that is composed of module together with a jack will produce electricity through photovoltaic cells. The electricity produced will now be stored in a battery that will in turn recharge your appliances when used during the night. Since each plants module has a jack, everyone has the chance to create an infinite shape. How I wish this product is already available in our place. I will definitely buy one for me to save from my monthly electricity bill, and eventually save money from it.

bonsai photonsynthese

bonsai photonsynthese

Source : Vivien Muller Design



Get our news delivered to your inbox:







Our Recommended Partners



Bambeco


Archives


Social Networks