A Drop of Water

September 17, 2009


‘A Drop of Water’ is a rain barrel that makes saving water really easy by providing a watering can that is automatically filled when it rains. This way, the user doesn’t have to fill the can with our precious tap water, but uses ‘free’ rainwater instead to water the garden.
With the small tap at the bottom of the barrel the watering can can be refilled after using it.
Extract from Bas Van der Veer
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Envi

September 15, 2009


Envi is a foresight urban dustbin, promoting composting from biodegradable waste. It makes waste into nutritious compost for the plant which it carries and lives in harmony with. The big part of the produced compost can be separated from Envi for usage in other occasions.

This project uses bio-reactive substances based on photo catalysis to accelerate the degradation process of waste, remove bad smells and polluting gas.

Extract from Behance Network

Flavour Power

July 18, 2009


Spice containers inspired by flowers.

Extract from Karina Marusinska

Midori AC Adapter

June 18, 2009


Cable looks like the vines of a creeper… refreshing… and messy…

Extract from iida

BioWall

June 4, 2009


The BioWall is a hand woven three-dimensional structure that can hold living plants. BioWall can become an indoor, living hedge that divides space.

The woven and modular architectural structure can also provide a lightweight solution for growing food plants in small spaces without soil. The urban ecosystem consists of geotextile structures and solar cells designed to feed and monitor a network of plants by misting the roots with nutrient rich solution.

Extract from Loop.pH

Domsai

May 6, 2009


Domsai is a tamagotchi for your desk. Each Domsai has its own personality since each cactus has its own dome, tailor made and blowed, that differentiates it from the others.

Extract from Gugazine

Bouquet

April 14, 2009


“… The Bouquet makes people who sit on it happy, just as a bouquet makes the person who receives it happy. The vibrant, delicate colours trigger different sensations in each of us.”

The chair “blooms” on a slim, chrome-metal stem that blossoms with white or delicately-coloured “petals” made of hand-folded fabric squares sewn one by one, to completely cover the internal surface of the egg-shaped, wrap-around shell.

Extract from Tokujin Yoshioka