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Woollight by Image Builders

Lighting is also an important thing every household must have. It gives some cool and calming ambience. However, it would be nicer if the lamps that we are using were made of eco-friendly materials like the Woollight that have shades made from used wool blankets. Normally used blankets are disposed off and eventually add up to mountains of landfills. This time around, blankets became already one of the important aspects to our household lighting. The Woollight is perfect to any contemporary homes and offices. This is also a great way to help save the earth from possible harm and damage.

Woollight

Source: Beldeen Bouwers



Use Less Energy, It Reminds of Wasteful Behavior

Energy conservation was never became our priority in life. We always wanted to be on our best without thinking how much energy we have used and waste as well. Nowadays, it has been open to everybody that conserving energy and some other resources is already a must since our natural resources has starting to ruin. Various sustainable products are now coming out in the market promoting various ways of conserving our natural resources. Designer Nika Rams is just one of them who design the USE LESS.ENERGY. A product will remind us on our wasteful behavior with our resources, and will eventually teach us how to conserve it.

use less energy

use less energy

Source : Nika Rams



Random Resurrection Furniture By Paul Coudamy

Igreenspot got another wonderful submission of an eco-friendly design from a French designer Paul Coudamy and he called it a Random Resurrection Furniture.

From Paul:

Objects : 10 chairs + 1 meeting table
Design : Paul Coudamy
Materials : tables, chairs, table legs, wedging foam, screw, paint.
Completion : October 2009
Client : Af83
Pictures courtesy Benjamin Boccas

Random Resurrection is a set of custom made furniture based on a second hand e-bay objects mix. The work consists in a game of combinations. Instead of drawing shapes, designs are born from a combination of existing elements. A leg is fixed to a new tray, one material is inserted into an other one, a back part becomes a seat, and a broken piece offers a new part for a leg. Beyond the aspect of giving a second life to rubbish furniture and transformation of your grandmother’s table in an original design, the idea is to question the shape of standard furniture. It is a work on the mutation of common objects in a new one carrying traces of ordinary typologies. It is more a spontaneous collage, close from photoshop manipulations in the real world than a classic formal design process with sketches and computer renderings. Random Resurrection is a ‘cut&glue’ process assigned to generate an unique design.

Meeting table: Three e-bay tables have been assembled in one piece in order to create a hybrid object. Woods, legs, shapes and style are combined to generate an original composition. The heavy decorated central part maintains two aerial extensions supported by a thin leg. A second wood veneering (?!) and tray a blue one are inserted into the central part to constitute a 10 person table.

Chairs : A batch of archetypal, cheap wood chairs have been bought. The original chairs have been unscrewed, dismantled and cut, then re-assembled and painted in different ways. Back parts, seats, legs are, each time, re-organized to offer new functions and create various typologies of chairs.

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Random Resurrection

Source: Paul Coudamy



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