inhabitat's green design will save the world (except greece)

Today I am trying hard to get my mind of the apparent misery in the future (and present) of this country. Things haven’t been looking good for a while but by now even the most optimistic ones are losing hope.
On a different note, I have been following the inhabitat.com weblog here for some time now and it is filled with interesting ideas regarding eco-friendly architecture, design, art, fashion. It is devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.
They also run a shop with innovative green design with all kinds of impressive items. These are some of my favorites.
Potus Pot recycled light bulb by kuku.
 Abbey bag from recycled denims and leather jacket by Miranda Chance.
 Serpetine fork necklace by McFlashpants.

 Cub children's chair handmade by Daniel Michalik.

 Floral yellow bandeau bikini by Emobi.
 Transglass Double vase by Emma Woffenden & Tord Boontje.
 Chance recycled denim handbag by Miranda Chance.
 Beige brown wooden clock by Wewood.

Love their moto “design will save their world”.You can look at more products and shop here.

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