We also spotted the Swifty Scooters, which were being launched at Tent London. These stylish scooters provide a quick and flexible way to get around town on two wheels and fold up for easy locking and transporting when not in use.
The High Rise Wormery by Ben Furdson is designed to be used on balconies within high rise flats, where often there is little or no access to facilities to recycle your own food waste. The product has spaces to turn food waste into fertilizer and to start to grow new produce.
The bonded paper origami shutters by Mie Matsubara have an impressive, sculptural presence and would certainly add a nice element to controlling light in many rooms.
The simple display by Greece Is For Lovers had a subtle, but clever message about sustainability. Each item on display is a rework of a disposable product in Greece that has been transformed into something that should last longer. For example, the renowned shape of the disposable plastic water carrier has been replicated in terracotta.
The Whack Pack by BeBenny shows that making flat-pack furniture can be simple and fun. Their furniture is designed to be assembled with a simple whack!
The Inhabitat team have been checking out lots of other exhibitions as part of the London Design Festival, so make sure you check them out too!