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Skinni By Adrien Rovero

With the aim to turn waste materials derived from animals back into animals, Swiss designer Adrien Rovero has design the Skinni. SKinni is a collection of toys made from leather off-cuts in collaboration with leather manufacturer Thomas Posenanski. The leather off-cuts are thencut using a computerized cutting machine and folded it into animal shapes then secured with rubber fastenings. This can be a perfect toy for our kids. In this way, we can show love to our family and to the environment at the same time particularly those animals that use to protect us at times. With these toys also, our little one can also live the green life with our help.

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Skinni Scrap Leather Toys

Source: Adrien Rovero via Dezeen



Sumizara Charcoal Ashtray by Akihilog Kumagaya

Have you heard of a charcoal ashtray already? Well this is now the time to introduce this wonderful creation of Akihilog Kumagaya called Sumizara. A charcoal ashtray can put out cigarettes and deodorizes at the same time. That is not the only work the charcoal ashtray can do, because it is coated by coat of charcoal that has an antiseptic and dust control action, which is a great feature. In addition, burn resistance and deodorant is such a wonderful thing the Sumizara has. I think this one will not only be a prefect thing to have in a house, but rather I find it important.

charcoal astray

via Akihilog



One Central Park: A Garden Park Architecture Design

We all want to help save the environment, which is why various designs are coming out today. The One Central Park is one of it. Presented in 2008 and designed by Jean Nouvel, the One Central had gained approval just recently. This two-tower structure has a dozen of vertical gardens across the façade of the towers and these gardens will surely provide safe and clean air to the tower’s occupants. In addition, the building also has heliostat, the ones responsible in capturing sunlight and redirects it into the building unit’s atrium, which definitely will serve as natural source of light, thus a huge savings of electricity for lighting need. With the creative minds of today’s designers, rehabilitating the world has never been impossible at all.

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

One Central Park

Source: Jean Nouvel via Designboom



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