Suspended garden by Sky Planters

July 5th, 2011 - 
Vertical gardens we have seen before but upside down suspended pots, not really. Patrick Morris has just released a new version of the whimsical favorite made from recycled polypropylene plastic! What do you think?


Personalize your T-Shirt Chair

July 5th, 2011 - 
 

The T-Shirt Chair was the winning design piece of the Green Furniture Award 2011. The story impressed the jury: Maria Westerberg collected t-shirts from 40 friends together with other textiles: grandma’s curtains, other materials, worn out jeans.The manufacturer Berhin Studios produces now the model made of left-overs from sofa manufacturing.
But you can also give it a more personal touch: you can have only the chair’s frame and to do your own design as you want. Use your worn out clothes, textiles and old t-shirts. As about Maria Westerberg, she studied  Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfack in Stockholm. After The T-Shirt Chair was promoted in all
magazines in Stockholm she got famous and today, she is working in her own studio.

Dimensions: H 60 cm x W 52 cm x D 100 cm
Made in Sweden

Roxwell Tote bags

July 5th, 2011 - 
 

Roxwell bags are having a side made from leather and the other from a coffee sack. I think they are not just practical but they also look cool. You can wear it during day but also on a special occasion, in the evening. All bags are made by hand in the UK, using recycled fabrics and materials.
It is recommended to wash these bags by hand, not to cause shrinkage in a washing machine. Also, once put in the machine, the bags are loosing their colors and the bags will have fade colors then. Once washed by hand, all you have to
do is to leave the bag to dry naturally.

Dimensions: 52w x 32h x 13d cm

Transparent Hey Chair made by Fabio del Percio

July 5th, 2011 - 
 

The transparent hey chair was made by the designer Fabio del Percio. The 18 kg chair, having  a diameter 1000 cm x H 70 cm, is made using hay and hight quality materials. The pieces of furniture are made using the stuffing technique and the hay is covered in a plastic, strong and transparent PVC foil.
The lower part of the armchair, more precisely the bottom of each piece has small holes that allow the hay to breath. I imagine the smell in a room where you can find these hay armchairs! I was a few days ago in a pet store and I sniffed all the hay I could find in the rabbits area:) Also, in summer, my favourite place to sleep is in the already arranged
haystacks. Coming back to Fabio del Percio and the hay chairs: they are all handmade in Italy and it is adviced to change the hay from inside every 2 years. Instead of the hay you could also stuff newspapers or fabrics. Such an elegant and modern design!

Flexible vase made by Tatsuo Kuroda

July 5th, 2011 - 
 

What an interesting idea by Tatsuo Kuroda! Tatsuo was born in 1983 in Hokkaido, Japan. He graduated envirnonmental design at the Tama Art University and he did his master studies in Eindhoven at the local Design Academy. He has a lot of furniture design and product design projects that you can see on his site here.
The flower vase is made out of special material that can be bend around any flower to keep them in the desired position. The special material can be bend by hand, and it is made using silicon casting technique. You can arrange
one flower or a big bouquet because of the flexible material. Also, the plants will last longer because the pure 100% tin is keeping water clean.