In 2008 it was just a project, today those who want to have it can order it on kickstarter. We are talking about a sculpture that integrates solar panels so as to bring clean energy into the house. It is called electree + and breaks down the barrier that separates aesthetics from practicality: on the one hand it can furnish the home with harmony and aesthetic sense, on the other it can recharge any device thanks to photovoltaic technology.
Do you want to get rid of old furniture? Don't take them to landfills, recycling the furniture could be more useful than you can imagine. Every year, in Germany, 7 million tons of furniture end up in landfills, just like the Germans, the Italians also produce large quantities of waste through furniture.
The workstation is an extension of oneself, writes American chef Anthony Bourdain in the pages of his best-selling Kitchen Confidential, Gastronomic Adventures in New York. And today the office can become a little more eco-friendly, pursuing the awareness that living green means improving our quality of life.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese Taoist art used, among other things, to furnish the home in a harmonious way. It is often compared to Western architecture even though Feng Shui has a rather atypical structure, it follows specific rules of astrology and the psyche. The words "Feng" and "Shui" mean "Wind" and "Water", the two main elements that determine the environment in which we live.
Do you want modern shelves or cutting-edge shelves? You won't need to go to Ikea, you can use your old skeatboards to decorate your home. We hear a lot about Recovery Architecture, in Rome we can attend the Re-Cycle on display where a Bar is built with the remains of an airplane and with those of a locomotive even a Hotel could be built.
Bring a touch of style and love for the environment into your home because furnishing your home becomes an authentic pleasure for you and for the environment, thanks to the new collection proposed by Essent'ial, the innovative seating line fits perfectly every type of style, from the most classic to the most modern.
Industrial waste but also personal waste can be used as home furnishings, but not only waste: each object after its first life cycle can face a second, a third and so on. This is the principle on which recycled furniture is based, where furniture and other pieces of furniture are made, unmade and then reassembled to take on other forms and functions.
The living room, unlike the kitchen or the bedroom, is a room created exclusively for relaxation; it is an environment where you can spend free time, alone, with family or friends. Some people say they don't feel good in their living room, many families treat it as a dead zone, sometimes it is described as difficult to furnish because it is too big.
To furnish your home in an intelligent way, you need to start with appliances! So LG presents ThinQ, a refrigerator that helps avoid waste and not only in terms of electricity! Helps select foods to consume, helps grocery shopping and acts like a perfect dietician! As we strive to produce less food waste, keep fit and keep our metabolism active, comes a smart refrigerator from LG that will do all this for us.
It seems that playing with gravity has become the new frontier of furniture. After the "floating pots", here are new decorative elements that allow you to furnish your home with plants and plants but without an ounce of added soil! Modern hydroponic techniques give us the opportunity to decorate the house with plants but without dirtying and without resorting to pots rich in soil.
Bicycle stools, for breakfast and off to the office, but also walls with pots and grass for natural relaxation even in your living room. The Salone del Mobile 2012 (Milan) is full of greenery that, without any presentation or caption, peeps out almost everywhere, in the pavilions dedicated to the bathroom - there are no streams, flowers in the tubs, and sinks-flowerpots - like those, larger and more popular than modern or classic design - from natural materials to explicit morphological references, everything speaks of woods, greenery, nature and the environment.
What are you looking for in a stool? Simplicity? Comfort? Style? Innovation? To furnish the home, furniture and accessories are often sought that are light and not bulky. This is the case of the wooden stools proposed by the Trizin line: lightness, simplicity and elegance. Minimalist design, durable structure and comfort for a result that is also very beautiful to look at.
Forest Stewardship Council - FSCI The FSC logo - Forest Stewardship Council (Council for Sustainable Forest Management) is the only guarantee that wooden furniture and parquet have been made with raw material deriving from forests correctly managed according to the principles of the two main standards: forest management and chain of custody.
What would you say to furnishing the garden with a line of seats made entirely with recycled materials? This is the result of the collaboration between Loll and Rapson Inc., a 100 eco-friendly outdoor furniture collection. Chairs with high or low back? It depends on your garden, if you prefer a lounge style to start the chair with a low back would be fine.
Those with allergy or asthma problems will not be able to do without it! Is it the air purifier that, thanks to the Claesson Koivisto Rune company, becomes a piece of furniture with an attractive design and high performance, its name? BlueAir is one of the few air purifiers that can boast a contemporary design accompanied by excellent features: touch control compact dimensions low energy consumption silent operation excellent air delivery speed high purification band SEE THE PHOTOS OF THE AIR PURIFIERS All Blueair air purifiers have HEPA Silent and Energy Star certification.
Do you want to change the look of the garden? There are ecological lighting systems that, in addition to providing a pleasant diffused light, manage to create a very suggestive atmosphere. Often the simplest ideas that may arise from an object commonly used to carry out other activities, can be an effective idea.
The vao kitchen in noble yellow turmeric walnut by Team 7 It is called vao, born in Austria and is dominated by turmeric yellow, the most stylish green kitchen of the year. Beautiful, welcoming, functional, something more than a normal kitchen also in terms of price, vao in the noble walnut version won the jury of the Green GOOD DESIGN Award 2012 by combining noble materials such as wood and glass in a very modern but artisanal process, which makes it a true work of design art.
A breath of joy in the office or at home It happens these days that the landscape of the holiday resembles a desk or table at home. Like it or not, by choice or by necessity, if you want to brighten up your space with useful and nice objects you can think of USB Fan Flower and USB Fan Light, two Kraun techno-ideas that in addition to being fun are eco-friendly and cheap ( 9.99 euros).
It is often difficult to furnish small spaces, so companies like Ariston think of solutions designed for “micro” homes. When spaces are limited it is difficult to choose furniture but it is equally difficult to choose custom-made appliances capable of satisfying one's needs in terms of space or capacity: small homes can have large energy or water constraints.
With fashion design you can convey a message that is not only aesthetic, but also one of responsible behavior. And be successful with eco-sustainable products. This is the case of Essential, a line of home and leisure accessories born from none other than the idea of reusing the warehouse waste of a printing press.
Strolling in the Siberian taiga forest, you could never imagine coming across an explosion of colors. The liveliness is given by a house furnished with recycled bottle caps. It was created by a retired woman, Olga Kostina, resident of the village of Kamarchaga.Olga Kostina, over the years, has collected thousands of bottle caps to create luminous, colorful mosaics that follow traditional macrame patterns.