Eclipse and Kosmos, the two solar parasols by Ombrellone Solare, showcased at the famous Fabbrica Del Vapore at this year’s Milan Design Week saw great success due to advanced technology involved in harnessing the power from the sun to charge the...
Would you live in a shipping container? Until firms like Lot-ek, retailers like Freitag and architect Adam Kalkin started turning them into chic examples of creative re-use some years back, most wouldn't consider the question seriously.
High-rises from paradise - Green design goes really green: Singapore-based Woha architecture office develops visionary high-rises that not only exceed the customary standards for sustainable design, but are completely conquered by nature.
A new report by Greenpeace uncovers evidence that consumers of brands like Abercrombie & Fitch, Calvin Klein, and G-Star are unwittingly polluting the world’s public waterways every time they do the laundry.
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