WAT, Manon Leblanc, is a water-powered lamp. A few drops of water that are combined with a power battery (consisting of a carbon stick covered with magnesium powder) and begin
a process that generates an electro chemical reaction and creates energy.
Material: blown glass, steel switch, bioplastic, white strips of LEDs.
Practical and chic, just come on the market-friendly disposable items proposed by "GustoEco" are already enjoying great success. Bamboo, Cork, cane and leaves
This small table 900x450x450mm, is the result of a continuous research on the reuse of industrial waste-which have already been evaluated according to their characteristics and their possible
Haslet-exterior view-photo by Lorenzo Procaccini
Solar Decathlon is the sustainable architecture Olympiad in which university teams from around the world compete for carries
Peaceful, Italian designer Chiara, has developed ' hatred ', in collaboration with studio Pottery Frog of Ripabianca. The interactive object is intended to be used in s
During the Salone del Mobile 2012 was presented to the public on project "HOME SWEET HOME" at the event "NIL28" square Sunday, April 22.HOME SWEET HOME is a project that wants to give new
The two designers Saho of Va + aM Design, Valentina Cresti and Marco Barazzuoli, we propose this project, winner of the Sun Lab 2010. Simple and effective in its playful approach to the project as