We recently showed you the best green designs featured at London’s New Designers Graduate Show. Our top picks included some of the newest and most innovative sustainable works from around the UK, but with so many amazing pieces on show, we knew we had to do a second post! Taking place annually in the massive Business Design Centre in Islington, the famed UK design event features the work of 3,500 graduates of various design disciplines, including products, furniture, fashion, jewelry, textiles, ceramics and graphics. Jump ahead to see more of their amazing work, and be sure to check out our first post here if you missed it!
Produced by free hand steam bending of local Ash, ‘Florence’ table by University of Plymouth graduate Yvette Cox dances its way into sculptural design while being functional and unique at the same time.
Inspired by the shape of rose petals, this low-energy hanging luminaire made from aluminium and a universal fitting was CNC machined by its own designer, Emma Domleo.
Adam Jenkins created a sleek, recycled and light aluminum horticultural organizer that combines traditional garden tools with modern design. A convenient cart makes strolling along big gardens or allotments easy.