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PURE Sustainable Furniture Design by Ami Mckay

Fashionistas can now sit with a cause of being sustainable without compromising their image of being fashionable. PURE offers a variety of seats like sofas that use sustainable materials but still very elegant and contemporary in design. Named after the elemental muses – Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind, PURE sustainable furniture designs are truly attractive in design, and its beauty lies beneath the exterior appearance of its products.

Its sustainable materials, features natural latex rubber core, non-toxic adhesives and finishes and FSC-certified hardwood frames. In addition to that, PURE also accepts personalized designed. If you want your seats to have some handcrafted embroidery that will surely add the beauty of your fashionable PURE sustainable seats.

PURE Sustainable Furniture Design by Ami Mckay

PURE Sustainable Furniture Design by Ami Mckay

PURE Sustainable Furniture Design by Ami Mckay

PURE Sustainable Furniture Design by Ami Mckay

From : PURE via EcoFabulous



The Cloud By Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

Shortlisted as one of the entries for a competition in building a tourist attraction that will create a lasting legacy in the Olympic Park in London, The Cloud is a 400 fee-tall mesh tower. It is topped with solar powered plastic bubbles that are responsible for showing images and data like the weather information, the Olympic race results, and the number of spectators around. After the Cloud is built, it can also be used as an observation deck and a park. It has ramps, stairs, and lifts that carry tourists to the top and allow them to have a scenic view of the city below. With the use of the solar cells on the ground an in the plastic spheres, the Cloud has the ability to generate its own energy.

The Cloud

The Cloud

The Cloud

The Cloud

The Cloud

The Cloud

The Cloud

Source: The Cloud



The Zufferey House By Nunatak Sarl Architects

The Nunatak Sarl Architects erected another prefabricated house at the L’Ardevaz Mountain. The look of the house is quite amazing and off-balanced but always has a purpose. The sloppy roof for example is n total harmony with the east and west side of the mountain.

The house was erected using an eco-friendly prefabricated wood framework with another eco feature like the passive heating. The interior has an interior coating of painted wood particle and was protected from outside heat with an insulation coat. The house’s gray concrete flooring has an integrated heating system.

In addition, this cozy Zufferey house also has terrace and garden placed on the ear and south sides of the home to protect the residents from western winds and the summer sun’s hot temperature.

Zufferey House

Zufferey House

Zufferey House

Source: Nunatak Sarl Architects via Inhabitat



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