While car manufacturers are striving to develop more ecological cars for the future, the production of their various components still generates as much pollution. That is the case of tyres, of which Michelin is committed to reducing the pollution impact with the Vision.
Archive for July, 2017
Known for her eco-friendly products, the British designer Stella McCartney confirms her ecological commitment today by proposing bags made from recycled plastic.
Its oval shape is reminiscent of an enormous metallic egg nestled somewhere in the middle of nature, while inside it hides a comfortable and ergonomic living space for two people. Functional and nomadic, Ecocapsule, an eco-friendly mobile-home made by the Slovakian architectural firm nice&wise, is an attractive solution for stressed-out urbanites in search of a natural retreat.
Designed in 2015, nice&wise have just announced that the first prototypes will be launched at the end of 2017.
As part of a retrospective exhibition devoted to the work of David Hockney at the Centre Pompidou, designer Stéphanie Marin was invited to present her new collection of furniture, the ‘Schaise’, which, just like the paintings of the famous British painter, celebrates the chlorine-scented, summery atmosphere of the swimming pool.
Hydrogen, a source of sustainable fuel, could soon be produced by a special kind of paint. …Or how to spruce up your home with an infinite source of clean, free energy.
Just off Chang Shou Park and the Jade Buddha Temple stands Lane 189, a new business and shopping area at the cutting edge of design. It includes offices, restaurants and a number of boutiques.
Lukas Peet and Caine Heintzman, the founders of ANDLight, unveiled the Canadian brand’s new products at the latest ICFF fair in New York City. These included the Spotlight Volume lamps which had been waiting on the back burner since 2010.
Transport methods that work using solar energy are gaining in autonomy. It is now possible to travel using only solar energy, both by land and by sea.
Transforming ambient air into drinking water will soon be possible thanks to SunGlacier DC01, a revolutionary machine that could revolutionise the world.