Gallery: Now! Le Off Unveils Surprising Eco-Designs at Paris Design Wee...

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Veronika Wildgruber's round, delightful "Tetes" lamps are made from milled cork and glass.

Inspired by a recent trip to Iceland, Beatrix Li-Chin Lus created a series of stackable boxes shaped like volcanoes. She also exhibited a set of playful flower vases made from recycled wood with non-toxic finishes.

Pierre Guillou’s flat pack “En Bois Table” can be assembled without the use of screws or glue. The minimalist furnishing is beautifully made from sustainably-sourced birch.

Young French designer Henri Dejeant exhibited a collection of lamps and iPhone speakers made from colorful recycled paper pulp. He shared his booth with his dad’s sleek furniture, while his mom did the pr.

Another pop-up paper creation from Well Well Designers, “Cloud City” is a cut and folded paper pendant lamp that evokes modern architecture.

Veronika Wildgruber‘s round, delightful “Tetes” lamps are made from milled cork and glass.

Nara Prefecture exhibited a series of relaxing soft lamps made by Hisayo Sakamoto from very thin layers of Hinoki (aka Japanese cypress).

Turriniby is a curvy bamboo lounge chair that will rock your world.

These stunning iridescent table lamps were designed by setting LEDs behind sheets of recyclable acrylic. The lamps’ colors change when viewed from different angles.

Yuan Yuan‘s steel chair doubles as a piece of exercise equipment! It’s designed to encourage users to take a healthy break from work.

Marieke Verbrugghe created an object for information exchange using a memory stick as a key ring, inspiring data flow within a household.

Diverse, surprising and full of eco-design gems, Now! Le Off at Paris Design Week is the space for seeing fresh designs take off.

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Photos © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat


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