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.
Hanging living grass sculptures is a project of the French designer Mathilde Roussel who conceived precisely grass hanging sculptures, which are alive, that is affected by the directive and
A nice area to live. An impact of charm and elegance. A 100% natural material. Is intended to kidnap the gaze of the Viewer, to create an environment by viv
It has been extended until December 31, 2014, the two diplomatic chiefs are set on 65% for interventions aimed at saving and reductions of 50% for the renovations and the purchase
Lotus by Giancarlo Zema for LumineXence is the first modular system of Eco-furniture with photovoltaic technology. As a large leaf that comes from the ground, Lotus gives life to an intriguing at
The ink cartridges are a huge environmental problem. Too few people strive to refill them and recycle them and millions of cartridges continue to end up in landfills each year. An artist
PicNYC Table by HAIKO CORNELISSEN ARCHITECTEN brings the atmosphere of a picnic in the countryside in urban residence, the table consists of a