This is a fun and easy project that almost anyone can complete. Easy enough for a kid to do, but with the fine home decor detail that one would think […]
Four discarded cans made into one large hanging lamp.
Table lamp made from upcycled and stacked books.
This contemporary 3-light fixture is made up of a bicycle hub and recycled silver spokes. The spokes are positioned in a spiral pattern around the hub, creating a unique hue […]
“Benjamin” is a lamp in the steampunk style. Details from copper and brass, vintage radio tubes lit by LEDs – look like a fairytale city under glass. The lamp is […]
A “greener” future, in which recycled paper and cardboard are used not only to create art, but also to build habitable structures. Is this really possible?
The promoters of Cartasia – Lucca Biennale (in Lucca until September 27th) certainly believe so and with the presentation of the architectural structure built by students and professors from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Tongji (Shanghai) symbolically launched a new section of the biennial, which will be developed over the next editions: a section entirely dedicated to architecture, studies, research and projects that see paper and cardboard as protagonists of new housing solutions.
We are a family who, from Nouméa, Sydney, and Melbourne, create, design and produce unique jewelry. We praise the protection of our environment and especially the lungs of our planet, […]
Would you like to see Bluetooth speakers with all of the style and functionality, and none of the environmental impact?
Mixing 21st-century technology and mid-century design, we are producing bespoke speakers that are not only beautiful, they are likely the most environmentally friendly Bluetooth speakers in the world. From top to bottom we have worked to offer all of the benefits of a new Bluetooth speaker, without the environmental impact. Our speakers re-use the cases and speakers from unwanted vintage radios. We add a new circuit-board incorporating 8W amplifier and Bluetooth 4.0 receiver, and provide a USB cable allowing the speaker to be powered by your existing phone charger or as a portable speaker with your own power bank.
The Sonoma sconce fuses low-impact illumination with upcycled wine barrel staves.