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The Best Green Designs from ICFF 2013 Day One!
Hurb‘s clever Kiga Kitchen Garden is a modular planter that can be used to grow fresh herbs for cooking. The modules can be arranged in a variety of configurations, they stack one within another to ship, and the foot of each planter provides drainage.
Hinterland unveiled a gorgeous low-energy chandelier made from pieces of driftwood salvaged from the coasts of British Columbia.
The Dutchtub is an off-grid hot tub that is heated by a burning wood fire. It’d be perfect for a taking a soak in the woods while camping!
Blackbody showcased its gorgeous OLED tree, which consists of a single white trunk that splits off into branches that glow with low-energy light.
All photos by Mike Chino for Inhabitat
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