Hospitality design is a highly challenging area where the interiors need to stay fresh and appealing with the future trends in design. Pallet is a micro brewery that was designed with the thought of using sustainable materials in their raw state to achieve contemporary designs. Unconventional use of recycled wooden pallets for the interior decor is the highlight of this restaurant. It portrays the design philosophy of repetition of a module to generate patterns and textures. Although materials used are in raw state it gives international look and attracts clientele across the world.
The Planter is the first at-home salad growing system that waters itself and learns which plants to grow based on your unique outdoor conditions. Never worry about over or under watering again. The Planter also works with a subscription service that delivers compostable seed trays and nutrient-rich soil. And when it's time to harvest, new seed trays automatically show up at your door. Grow enough kale, tomatoes, radishes, lettuce and other greens to eat organic salads every couple of days. Enjoy the freshest, safest, and most delicious salads from your porch to your table.
SOLVE design studio presents its capsule collection Omdanne which includes three pieces of clothing that can transform into over 10 styles each, from jumpsuits and dresses, to trousers and jackets. Moreover, all three pieces are 100% biodegradable if buried in the soil. Looking to discourage excessive consumption, the collection makes use of natural, renewable resources, product life-cycle tractability and powerful magnets to create a sustainable design of multi-functional and biodegradable clothing.
The unique point of this bag is the exactly same bag does not exist. The blue plastic sheet has been used to protect or temporary repair the roofs of the damaged houses, and put on the ground to temporary store the furniture, which made scratches, a whole, since it’s been damaged. Due to the said reason, each bag has each expressions, or it can be said, each bag has its own character. Regarding the design itself, simple and standard tote bag design has been applied, so that it could be used, regardless of the gender, by many people for a long time.
The prototype is one of the largest 3D printed biological artifacts today, created using a novel sustainable manufacturing technology deploying exclusively natural materials: Cellulose, which is the most abundant biomaterial on earth, associated with plant matter, and Chitin, a biomolecule extracted from the exoskeleton of insects and arthropods. The physical and mechanical material properties are in the range of high-density synthetic foams and low-density timbers. The artifact is based on renewable sources, widely available in nearly every ecosystem and naturally biodegradable.
This packaging has been designed both to reflect the nightingale bird, known for it’s powerful song, and to reflect it’s nest - a naturally eco-friendly wooden home. Today, there's huge problems with wasteful, costly and unnecessary packaging. Nightingale combats this loud and clear. Made exclusively with natural products to reduce the waste and directly inspired from their actual habitat, the idea was not only to be ecologically less impact but to actually give back to nature. Instead of throwing away the packaging after unboxing, hang it up on a tree and watch little birds take shelter.