You know that dreaded feeling you get when you try to spend quality time away in the great outdoors, but your phone battery doesn’t? Well, a novel gadget might be your new best friend.
Is the water drinkable or not? Many travelers ask themselves this question – and not entirely unjustly. If you want to be independent of disposable bottles and foreign judgments, there is now a suitable solution.
We all have childhood memories of stepping too close to a patch of nettles and coming home with a stinging rash, so why on earth would anyone want to sit on it?
STING cleverly stands for “Sustainable Technology in Nettle Growing”.
GravityLight is a non-profit product development organisation that designs and creates clean, off-grid energy solutions.
No sleight-of-hand with a double base: the "Life" paper bottle from designer Andrea Ponti makes plastic bottles look passé.
How to prepare for the devastating effects of global warming and the increase of parched, dried up landscapes? Young inventor Jin-wook Hwang, a Korean industrial designer, has developed an ingenious weapon for the fight against the desertification of formerly fertile soil: the Seedbomb.
In september 2012 Hansgrohe showcased a collection of fixtures that uses an ultra-efficient water jet technology. The Design was developed in collaboration with french designer Philippe Starck.
Berlin-based label ic! berlin has been producing unconventional and sustainably designed glasses since 1997.
The joint effort of waste paper producer Södra, research and development company Innventia and Swedish designers Claesson, Koivisto and Rune led to the development of the Parupu Chair, a sustainable and colourful piece of children’s furniture.
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