Katie Treggiden

100% Design's International Pavilion Showcases Eco Designs from Around the World at the London Design Festival

by , 09/23/12

Marco Stefanelli, Lighting, reclaimed wood, London Design Festival, LDF12, 100% Design, eco deign, green design, sustainable design

Marco Stefanelli‘ Breccias collection repurposes natural objects which have reached the end of their life – including sawmill scraps, pieces of urban architecture, and logs carried by the river. He gives them a second chance by “pulling the light from the subject and amplifying the sensory experience.”

Wooden fabric, cork fabric, Laokoon Design, 100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design,

Laokoon is a flexible fabric that can be made from various materials including wood and cork. It can be used in interiors and fashion in place of synthetic materials like plastic.

100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design, Studio Inbetween, Lamps, One piece of lamp

Studio Inbetween‘s One Piece of Lamp is made from a single sheet of aviation plywood, making it lightweight and compact for transportation, thus reducing its environmental impact.

Solar, LED, candles, 100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design,

CIGA Design Co presented these solar-powered LED candles, which provide a safe and green alternative to the real thing.

100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design, copper, wood, Brazil, Bravo, La Familie

Bravo! unveiled a collection of La Familia tableware made from two materials abundant in Brazil – wood and copper. The collection supports the local economy, and combining traditional crafts with new technology provides investment in both fields.

100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design, Capelino, cardboard furniture

Capellino presented a range of sustainable cardboard furniture including this Linea chair (shown above), a coffee table and even a light shade.

CDC, cork, birdhouse, 100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design,

CDC represented the young designer scene in Portugal and showed a range of sustainable cork products including these bird houses.

Nautinox, Planter System, 100% Design, London Design Festival, LDF12, eco design, green design, sustainable design,

And finally Nautinox showed Green Book – a bookcase planter that takes the concept of ‘green design’ quite literally.

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