Werner Aisslinger - hemp chair uses natural fibers instead of plastic

Hemp Moulded Chair- A Great Plastic Alternative These stackable hemp chairs are designed by Berlin architech Werner Aisslinger .

Open Source Sea Chair  by Studio Swine

Open Source Sea Chair by Studio Swine

Open Source Sea Chair by Studio Swine - demonstrates how waste plastic picked up by fishing trawlers can be transformed into chairs on board the boats.

Camilla Hounsell Halvorsen,   slow design /éco-design Norvégien

Drops Chair by Camilla Hounsell Halvorsen “ Drops consists of legs of stainless steel and an inner tube covered with recycled upholstery material. The seat is not permanently fixed to the underframe,.

Slow Design: Fair Trade Originals from Piet Hein Eek : Remodelista

Slow Design: Fair Trade Originals from Piet Hein Eek

Piet Hein Eek Basket High This beautiful basket has a feel good factor. Designed by Piet Hein Eek for Fair Trade Originals, it is made from scrap wood by l

Slow Glow Lamp - The light is immersed in vegetable fat which slowly melts with the heat of the light which in turn gets brighter as the lamp gets warmer.

Slow Glow Lamp - NEXT Architects & Aura Luz Melis: The light is immersed in vegetable fat which slowly melts with the heat of the light which in turn gets brighter as the lamp gets warmer.

Slow Furniture article from EcoSalon. Environment Furniture's reclaimed peroba dining table.

Slow Furniture article from EcoSalon. The photo shows Environment Furniture's reclaimed peroba dining table.

The Nobody chair produced by Danish brand Hay, that is. Made of PET felt, a 100 % recyclable material made from used water and soda bottles, Nobody's only structure is textile : the felt was put in form presses and heated up... No frame, plastic, screws or glue are used in its production - eco-friendly

Contemporary chair / felt / stackable / recyclable NOBODY by Komplot Design Hay a/s

This is the Kyoto clock.  It's a very unique clock made from wood wool which is leftover slivers cut from logs.

Italian designer Valerio Romondia created a simple eco-friendly clock using just a wood wool brick and a standard set of recycled aluminum handles.

Susanne Westphal - inspired by the discovery of slowness

Susanne Westphal x Die Entedeckung Der Langsamkeit

PAPER UP! COLLECTION - upcycling

PAPER UP! COLLECTION - upcycling

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