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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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Space-saving multifunctional furniture is always handy to have around, and these seats based on actions of organisation —stacking, rolling, laying and bundling. By Catherine Aitken, the pieces are made from biodegradable wool felt, eco-friendly Waterborn fabric by Kvadrat and wooden dowes shows a green adapting approach at its best.

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Without the need to produce new material, designer Mijin Park created a series of durable, weatherproof objects by weaving polypropylene straps traditionally used for packaging.

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Markus Kayser travelled to the Sahara desert to test his SolarSinter Machine and to explore the potential of desert manufacturing. By using a 3D printing process he produces glass objects from sand and solar-power.

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