Emily Pilloton

SNEAK PEEK: HauteGREEN 2007

by , 05/03/07

HauteGREEN 2007, Inhabitat HauteGREEN Sneak Peek, Codha Chair, Berteau Coverstool, Craig Borum, and Jeana D’Agostino Ripple, Karl Daubmann, Ply Architecture Ply Lamp

In case you missed it last year, the sustainable design show HauteGREEN debuted last May in Brooklyn, highlighting the beauty of ecological design – and it was a smashing success. This year, we are happy to announce that HauteGREEN is back and promises to be even bigger and better than last year. This year’s HauteGreen, which coincides with ICFF and Design Week, May 19-22nd, is going to be held in Manhattan’s Union Square, and will showcase 75 emerging stars of green design. This is more than double the number of works on display last year, so its a good indicator that good green design is on the up and up.


This year we’re excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with the event’s curators to bring you sneak peeks of some of the best green design BEFORE the actual exhibition. We’ll be highlighting our favorite designs every week up until the show, so stay tuned! Also, check out last year’s highlights, and for those of you in the NYC area, pencil HauteGREEN into your calendar- this is one show you won’t want to miss!

+ HauteGREEN

Pictures from last year’s HauteGREEN >

HAUTE GREEN 2007: Now accepting submissions, Rhubarb Designs, Todd Laby, sustainable design, eco design, green furniture design

HAUTE GREEN 2007: Now accepting submissions, Green Design, Eco Design, Sustainable design, green furniture design

Jerry Kott Glass works, HauteGreen, Adapt Spring Chair, Sustainable Design, Eco Design, Green Furniture Design, Green Design

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