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Low energy LED lights provide a soft and relaxing glow for Justyna Piotrowicz’s Luminaire Lamps, crafted from hand blown glass and leather straps.

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The Danish company Oficina Kreativa created a socially responsible partnership with a factory in Mexico to produce their updated take on the classic Acapulco chair. The collection is made from recycled plastic and free from toxic heavy metals.

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Biomega bicycles in the SHOWHOW courtyard.

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Unique beauty products employ organic plant oils, organic milk, mild preservatives, essential oils and certified fair-trade ingredients.

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FurnitureMagpies upcycled used furniture found around their home base of High Wycombe. The pieces are re-imagined with new and colorful materials such as felt and string.

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Gareth Neal created the Louis Tables using 3D Computer Drawing and CNC processing. Neal re-imagines 18th century style with a modern material – recyclable cardboard.

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The Kink 1 Balance Stool by James Smith is designed to improve posture and increase concentration.

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