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These Salt Lamps by Roberto Tweraser of TweraserDesign made a nice impact in the space. Although very simple in design, these lampshades made from salt showcase an inspired new use for the natural material.

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Ten Plan took a central position in the 100% Design exhibition as they presented the work of 10 well established designers that focus on sustainability. Each design is accompanied by instructions for people to make their own using local materials, and the designers sought to create ” a sense of ownership, to keep rather than just consume”. The project shown above is the Outdoor Kitchen by Nina Tolstrop, which is a simple design that enables people to enjoy cooking outside.

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The Buzzispace furniture installation displayed some bright, creative options for dividing spaces, such as the Buzzibooth. All of their furniture makes use of felt that is either recycled from plastic bottles or from recycled wool.

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Bio Tecture worked with Corian to create these Living Art panels, which create a durable surface for indoor and outdoor planting.

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