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Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk Is Eco-friendly For Home And Office Use

Whether you are at your home or office, you can enjoy an eco-friendly piece of furniture if you have Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk. The desk is perfect at the reception area of your office, clinic, parlor, spa and the likes. Aside from being a useful piece of furniture, this desk is also an eco-friendly one, as it is made entirely of sustainable and organically grown bamboo from the famed “moso” forests of China. Bamboos from this farm in China are known to have the perfect color, grain, density and strength, so you can expect your furniture piece to be elegant looking and sturdy. [Click here to know more about Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk]

Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk

Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk

The desk is cost effective too. You don’t need to hire an expert carpenter for the assembly job. It requires only three minutes of your time and requires no tools at all to assemble. Other than using a sustainably grown bamboo, another eco-friendly feature of the desk is the use of an E-1 grade VOC-free adhesives making it a safe piece of furniture for your home or office and of course safe for the environment. The desk has the curves creating the desk a modern look with classic feel looking inviting to young individuals, nomadic urban dwellers, and more. The desk measures 47 inches by 32 inches by 60 inches, so make sure you measure your place first before buying to avoid disappointments. The Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk can be perfect for start-up businesses and even for students. [Click here to purchase Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk]

Lagare 60-Inch By 47-Inch Corner Desk



Evergreen By Nick Fisher

Traveling in a green way is not hard anymore with today’s modern green creations from numerous eco-friendly designers and it includes Nick Fisher who had created the Evergreen, an Inner City Eco-Travel vehicle. This electric powered vehicle provides riders a comfortable ride the eco-friendly way. The rider can easily adjust their riding position according to their mood and environment. The battery that powers the Evergreen is housed on the rear wheel and as the front wheel turn, they charge to battery. It also harnesses energy lost in braking to charge battery. When not in use, user can turn the vehicle from a motorized one into a trolley and take or store it anywhere. The Evergreen is made from an eco-friendly polycarbonate structure and can be recycled many times, making the vehicle strong, lightweight and eco-friendly. With the Evergreen, people can now comfortable travel within their own city with less harm or damage to the environment.

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Evergreen Eco Vehicle

Source: Nick Fisher



Flow Kitchen By Studio Gorm

Minimizing our wastes and maximizing sustainability is what the Flow Kitchen by Studio Gorm is all about. Currently presented in an exhibition titled Call + Response at the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Oregon, the Flow Kitchen conserves energy and cooking wastes are recycled to grow and fertilize plants. Like a typical kitchen, the Flow Kitchen works like a natural kitchen whilst utilizing energy, waste, water, and other natural resources efficiently. Drying dishes from a hanging vertical storage rack drip the water onto the herbs and edible plants below. Its double walled terracotta container serves as the refrigerator by keeping the inside cook as the water evaporate through the outer wall. Worms in a composter break down food wastes and the product produced serves as the fertilizer for the herbs.

In addition, the eco-friendly kitchen also features storage jars that are made from unglazed earthenware, dish and utensil drawers for your plates, bowls, cups, cutlery, and other tableware. It also has a bag rack and a gas stovetop.

Flow Kitchen

Flow Kitchen

Flow Kitchen

Flow Kitchen

Source: Studio Gorm via Inhabitat



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