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PHOTOS: The Best Green Designs at London’s New Designers Graduate Show

by , 07/17/11


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In their Manifesto, the Goldsmiths University states that “a production economy based on finite resources does not work” and that “we have enough chairs (but is nice to sit down).” As a critical comment on the amount of chairs and other furniture we see coming and going every year through various designs shows, the renowned Goldsmith’s created an all-white space to suggest the re-design design education and to think how it could look in 2020.

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Lento, by Joanne Cone is a low-temperature electric cooker designed to teach kids how to slow-cook their own food. It comes with a recipe book full of cute and friendly characters, and a spice box for making all kinds of exotic, yummy dishes.

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Another project that focuses on better educating kids is Peat by Edward Barber. Peat is a planting kit that includes a seeds incubator, gardening tools and a seasonal postal program that sends seeds, gardening activities and fun booklets for parents to cultivate an interest in growing with their kids.

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