LaCividina and Italian designer Alessandro Stabile collaborate and create the Taco Chair showcasing the use of sustainable materials throughout the production process, presenting an opportunity for furniture companies to explore eco-friendly alternatives.
FXCollaborative has been commissioned by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF) to readapt a century-old Orangerie into a vibrant multi-disciplinary arts facility, a laboratory for creative production, and a model for sustainable transformation.
With a strong emphasis on environmental sustainability, Eric Parry Architects' One Liverpool Street project, commissioned by a joint venture between Aviva Investors and TfL, features nearly 300 cycle spaces and high-quality end-of-journey facilities, promoting eco-friendly commuting options.
Brooks + Scarpa reveals its urban regeneration plan for 41st Street in downtown Miami Beach, turning the vehicle-heavy street into a pedestrian-friendly, low-impact, sustainable space in the bustling city.
Located in the Pragati Vihar district of New Delhi, Atal Akshaya Urja Bhawan by Edifice Consultants for India's Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (M.N.R.E) signifies a polemic shift from conventional government buildings in India as an exemplary precedent that embodies energy consciousness and demonstrates a new model of civic development.
Jarred Evans of PDR has designed the Umiko - Dissolvable Face Mask, solving the problem of mask waste and its environmental consequences with a dissolvable fibre that will completely dissolve in one week or within 5–6 hours when submerged.
Based in Brooklyn, Swedish designer Taras Kravtchouk aims to set a new standard with his newly introduced retro-futuristic Tarform Luna two-wheel racer that brings zero-emissions transportation into the mainstream.
Permeability Housed by Tang Hsiao Seak of Tangu Architecture in collaboration with its client, Steven Ngu, is more than a house in an established suburb of Greater Kuala Lumpur—it is a progressive testbed for sustainable design innovation and research.
Design collective Andra Formen presents the E-metabolism, a collection of table lamps, indoor garden systems, floor lamps, seating, and even a grill, all made of recycled electric scooters' parts fished out of the canals of Malmö.
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