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PHOTOS: The Best Green Designs at London’s Royal College of Art Graduate Show

by , 07/12/11
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RCA’s Design Products graduate and woodworker James Tooze created an Open Source project for making DIY chairs from scrap wood, and shoes from biodegradable canvas, felt and rubber.

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Platform 14 ’s Du-chen designed a series of seats called “Active Stools”, which are made from different materials including renewable cork, wood and rubber for an extra bounce.

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One of the most interesting projects spotted at the RCA’s Show was Pia Wustenberg’s fresh approach to traditional materials, which included a table with paper-lathed legs, lamps and a series of vases made from all sorts of materials including glass, paper, concrete and moss.

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