Make a Desk caddy from reclaimed wood

January 9th, 2012 - 


 

Some pictures on Etsy are so yummy! Take a look at these 3 images I added here. I am already in the atmosphere! Apart of this, the idea is great: use reclaimed wood to create a desk object. Store your pencils, pens, scissors and brushes. You will have enough space because the caddy has 7 holes of different  (more…)

The living raincoat design, an idea of Airi Isoda

June 25th, 2011 - 
 

Airi Isoda created a special coat made from recyclable high-density fiber, Tyvek and silk  that allows wheatgrass to grow in it.  “I thought, why not water plants with rainwater if you’re going to be out in the rain getting wet?” she tells EcouterreAiri Isoda works in a collective of designers and multi-disciplinary creatives.
They are inspired and they have knowledge in fields like architecture, fashion, textile materials and design. In particular, Airi Isoda has a bachelor in architecure ans she worked in Los Angeles. She confesses that she was
inspired by art and fashion and also she is concerned about landscapes. The design below was created to make the most of every rain. You will feed the plants in the same time you walk the street. The recyclable Tyvek material allows water vapor, but not liquid water, to pass through. Via
Greendiary.

Molo design paper softseating – recycled paper furniture

December 6th, 2010 - 
 

Molo Designs’s Paper Softseating is made of kraft paper – a stiff, robust unbleached paper that is 100% recyclable and is constructed of 50% recycled fiber. Each piece of furniture has magnetic ends so similar pieces can be strung together into larger geometric shapes. Very, very cool looking. Longterm use is said to give the Very, very cool looking. Longterm use is said to give the furniture a lovely patina. No smoking please.