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Beautiful Recycled Glassware by Laurence Brabant

Recycled glassware is not new already; however, Laurence Brabant has managed to create some creative designs to make it stand out from others. Brabant had made some cute bud flower bases that has holes for multiple flowers and are super cute and attractive especially when it is going to be placed in your living room. In addition, Brabant also had created unique kitchen utensils like some classy wine glasses and some cute and attractive glasses and more. Even though some of them are colorful that makes the creations looks less nice, however the clear ones are clever, elegant and nice.

recycled bottle utensils

recycled bottle utensils

recycled bottle utensils

recycled bottle utensils

recycled bottle utensils

recycled bottle utensils

Source : Laurent Brabant via SubStudio



ES-Salmon Leather: An Eco-friendly And Exotic Material

When talking about leather, what comes to our mindset first are leather made from cow skin or carabao skin and other animals that are common sources of leather. However, salmon leather is something new at least to many of us who are not yet aware of it. Stiven Kerestegian has created a concept innovation made from ES-Salmon leather. You can have various products out of it and it has the elegant and stylish look like that of made from premium and exotic materials. ES-salmon leather is produced by hand and its natural qualities made it a sustainable alternative to other premium materials we have.

ES-Salmon Leather

Source: Stiven Kerestegian



Solar Powered Houseboat By Orhan Cileli

With the limitation of the current houseboat design to be on the open ocean, industrial designer Orhan Cileli has come up with an eco-friendly houseboat design that can survive not only on calm waterways, rivers, inlets, and bays, but to the open ocean as well. This houseboat has enough underlying support that will prevent the houseboat from so wildly on larger waves.

A fishing bobber inspires the houseboats design. It comes with a design wherein the half part of the home is submerged and the other half is the ones floating above sea level. The house has a large floating ring at the beltline that serves also as the homeowner’s exterior deck for lounging purposes and for docking other vessels as well.

The reason this houseboat is perfect for Open Ocean is because, it uses high tensile reinforced acrylic curved panes that make the houseboat strong enough under high volume pressure. Not only that, the acrylic exterior also serves as an instrument of collecting rainwater as the waters flows through the acrylic exterior and goes toward into a channel, then to a storage reservoir. From there, the water will then be purified for drinking and gardening purposes.

The house has the garden and the seawater that serves as its cooling system. The garden works as the filters for sunrays before it can go penetrate the house, and the water that touches the houses’ submerged part works as not only a cooling system but also it lowers heat emissions.

You might think how the house is propelled. This eco houseboat has engines placed on the fourth floor and is powered by the natural oceanic currents with the assistance of a small secondary solar driven turbine.

With this eco-friendly houseboat design, it allows its users to enjoy the comfort of a home while getting close to the sea and the environment at the same time.

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Solar Powered Houseboat

Source: Orhan Cileli via Ecofriend



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