WAT, di Manon Leblanc, è una lampada alimentata ad acqua. Poche gocce d'acqua che si combinano con una batteria idroelettrica (composta da un bastone di carbonio ricoperto di polvere di magnesio) e danno inizio
ad un processo che genera una reazione elettro chimica e crea energia.
Materiali: Vetro soffiato, interruttore d'acciaio, bioplastica, strisce bianche di LED.
toBEeco, the project of Expocasa established with the objective of involving designers and companies that rely on eco-compatibility, based on three guidelines of project Economy
the Dutch designer Dave Hendrik Hakkens has developed a mill powered by the force of the wind, which makes it possible to obtain healthy oil, homemade, from different types of seeds.
Veneto Centre of Mobile technology that combines savings and quality lighting.
Is "havearest", a series of recycled cardboard furniture, A4Adesign's latest creation.
Japanese study in collaboration with Yoin Mooni, a Swedish brand of solar illumination, has created a series of LED lamps that work with sunlight, reloading aut
Proxima develops the relationship between contemporary architecture and interior design. Two different and complementary worlds but with specific technical and aesthetic requirements that were co