IMOGEN RUSSELL-HEAD - Contributing Writer
Growing up in Melbourne, Australia, Imogen developed a love of the natural world and a concern for its wellbeing at a young age. She went on to study geology and physics at La Trobe University, which she followed with a Bachelor of Environmental Design at the University of Tasmania. Following graduation, she started to use her love of writing to share her passion for sustainability and design with the wider community. She is currently developing her writing further by studying professional writing and editing at Melbourne’s Council of Adult Education.
Swedish studio Design Stories and Returhuset have come together to produce Merry-Go-Round, a collection of tables and lights made from objects that are traditionally seen as waste
Photo via Shutterstock Developed by Nicholas Cadilhac, a computer scientist and enthusiastic gardener in Montreal, PlantCatching is a website that helps people share unwanted plants, seeds,
Located in South East Melbourne, Bentleigh Secondary College is leading by example in the fields of sustainability and education. Suters Architects designed the school's facilities with green
Heller Street Park & Residences: Award-Winning Sustainable Housing by Six Degrees Architects in Melbourne
Heller Street Park and Residences, by Six Degrees Architects, consists of a public park and ten townhouses in inner suburban Melbourne. It is built on what was originally a clay pit, then a
Melbourne Water, a water supply company owned by the Victorian State Government, is encouraging Australian residents to create 10,000 rain gardens - and they're already up to 7,804! A rain
Made of recycled crates and 25,000 edible plants, The Great Crate is a fully recyclable installation that was erected by Plus One at the Art & About Sydney event last month. The growing
Ash Allen’s Flatpack ‘Sticks and Stones’ Stool Wins Green Design Award at Melbourne’s Fringe Furniture Festival
Melbourne-based designer Ash Allen recently won the sustainable and waste-wise design award at Fringe Furniture (part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival) for his Sticks and Stones outdoor stool.
Designer Ryan Frank just debuted his first collection of office furniture at Barcelona Design Week 2012. Dubbed Glitch, the line is constructed without the use of glue or screws, allowing it to
New York City is undergoing a cultural shift away from the automobile, and designers Lawrence Zeroth, Jack Phillips, Brian Schulman and Eugene Lubomir have come up with a clever proposal to
Four Turkish university students have developed Washit, a shower unit that collects and filters used water for washing clothes or showering. Ahmet Burak Aktas, Adem Onalan, Salih Berk Ilhan
Millions of used bottles are discarded every year, but one Melbourne-based designer has found a way to make use of them. Sourcing bottles from local bars, restaurants, cafes and house parties,
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