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PHOTOS: Quirky Eco-Designs Unveiled at CODE11 for Copenhagen Design Week

Posted By Ana Lisa On September 5, 2011 @ 2:32 pm In carousel showcase,Features,Green Design Events,green furniture,Green Materials,Green Products | 1 Comment


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The ‘Coral’ pendant is a flat-pack, DIY lamp designed by David Trubridge [8] and sold by Danish Roomstore. It is made from bamboo plywood and nylon clips, and it comes completed with instructions for quick and easy assembling.

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Recently featured here [9] on Inhabitat, the Alvi Silk Chair by Copenhagen Design School’s graduate Asa Karner [10] is an FSC oak framed seat with a sculptural array of blue silk strings inspired by Scandinavian boats.

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Made to last, sleek and flexible, this E-Book reader and laptop stand was designed by About:Blank [11] and built using Finnish molded plywood with birch veneer and renewable cork.

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Designed by Danish company DanCof [12], this recycled paper pulp, biodegradable [13] coffin will biodegrade with your body for death in a sustainable way.

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Carlo Garn [14] is a wine rack designer who ventured into furniture design by making this fantastic ergonomic chair out of recycled scrap wood from wine barrels.

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Re-cycle is a stool by Johan Lowegren made entirely out of different bicycle parts including bouncy inner tubes to create a textile and bike frames as a supporting structure.

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Blow Armchair is a comfy seating option designed by Malafor [15]. The chair has been made from recycled paper dunnage bags [16](aka airbags) commonly used for cargo impact protection in sea-containers.

Stay tuned for more exciting and quirky eco-design products [17] fresh from Copenhagen Design Week 2011!

+ CODE11 trade fair [4]

+ Copenhagen Design Week 2011 [18]

Photos © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat


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[2]  : http://inhabitat.com/photos-quirky-eco-designs-unveiled-at-code11-for-copenhagen-design-week/copenhagen-design-week-2011-code11-2-2/?extend=1

[3] Copenhagen Design Week: http://inhabitat.com/photos-stacked-recycled-shipping-containers-create-a-fantastic-info-point-for-copenhagen-design-week/

[4] CODE11: http://www.copenhagendesignweek.com/category/furniture-interiors/events/code-11

[5] Bella Center: http://www.bellacenter.dk/

[6] COP 15: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COP_15

[7] designed by Ortwed: http://ortwed.com/

[8] David Trubridge: http://www.davidtrubridge.com/

[9] here: http://inhabitat.com/alvisilkchair-is-an-eco-chair-inspired-by-traditional-looms/

[10] Asa Karner: http://alvidesign.se/

[11] About:Blank: http://aboutblank.co/

[12] DanCof: http://www.dancof.com/

[13] biodegradable: http://inhabitat.com/mouse-mates-is-a-whimsical-hanging-gauntlet-designed-for-playing-mice/

[14] Carlo Garn: http://carlogarn.com/

[15] Malafor: http://www.malafor.com/index_en.html

[16] dunnage bags : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunnage_bag

[17] products: http://inhabitat.com/products-2/

[18] + Copenhagen Design Week 2011: http://www.copenhagendesignweek.com/

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