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The Best Green Designs From Milan Design Week!

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On April 21, 2010 @ 10:00 am In green furniture,green Interiors,Green Lighting,Green Lighting,Milan Furniture Fair | No Comments

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Amplify lanterns by Yves Béhar [6]

Yves Béhar’s stunning line of LED pendant lamps [6] are made from recycled paper and capture the shimmering effect of crystal chandeliers.

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Memory chair by Tokujin Yoshioka [7]

Called “Memory,” [7] Tokujin Yoshioka’s amorphous shape-shifting chair is made of recycled aluminum and can squish into a new shape every time someone sits in it.

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Wood furniture by Bright Woods [8]

The Bright Woods’ collection [8] of chairs and coffee tables are made from wood and natural resin strips and glow from within!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Grass growing umbrella stand by Innovo [9]

Innovo’s clever umbrella stand mat [9] catches the runoff from wet umbrellas to to grow grass right in your home.

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Tomato Lamp by D-Vision [10]

D-Vision’s incredible LED lamp [10] uses energy from a chemical reaction between tomato acids, zinc, and copper to power it!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Alhambra Lamp by LZF [11]

LZF Lamps’ gorgeous geometric pendant lights [11] are totally recyclable an look just like orgami!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Mow chair by Fadi Sarieddines [12]

Fadi Sarieddine’s Mow Chair [12] is a grass-lined sofa that brings the cushy feeling of sitting on fresh cut lawn right into your home.

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Light Form by Francesca Rogers and Daniele Gualeni Design Studio [13]

“Light Form” by designers Francesca Rogers and Daniele Gualeni Design Studio [13] is a beautiful modular lighting system made up of wood panels that can be flipped back to expose energy-efficient electroluminescent lights.

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Building bricks by Ecomat [3]

Ecomat’s gigantic LEGOs [3] are made of 100% recycled materials and let you build anything you can dream up!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Soap lamp by D-Vision [14]

D-Vision’s cute little LED lamp [14] is composed of 97% soap!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, C-Future OLED Chandelier by Inigo Mauer [15]

Double C-Future [15], a pendent lamp by Ingo Maurer features nine suspended OLED panels for a super-futuristic look!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, 111 Navy by Emeco [16]

Emeco teamed up with Coca Cola to create seating that is almost identical to their iconic Navy Chair [16] – and it’s made from 111 recycled plastic bottles!

I Saloni, Salone del Mobile, Milano, Milan Salone 2010, Salone 2010, Milan Design Week, Milan Design Fair, Cocoon Plan by Rock Wang [17]

Rock Wang’s incredible line of furniture is actually created by silk worms spinning fibers around a bamboo form [17].

+ Milan Design Week [18]


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[1] Milan Design Week: http://inhabitat.com/milan-furniture-fair/

[2] tomato-powered lamps: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/16/salone-satellite-2010-young-designers-go-green/tomatolamp-ed01-7/?extend=1

[3] giant lego building bricks: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/19/ecomats-lego-like-building-bricks-let-you-create-your-own-castle/

[4] house made of recycled stone, we submit for your viewing pleasure our cream of the green design : http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/20/house-made-entirely-from-recycled-granite-debuts-in-milan/

[5]  : http://inhabitat.com/the-best-green-designs-from-milan-design-week/tomato-lamp-milan-31/?extend=1

[6] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/15/yves-behar-unveils-crystal-chandeliers-made-from-recycled-paper/

[7] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/13/shape-shifting-chair-crafted-from-recycled-aluminum/

[8] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/17/bright-woods-tables-and-chairs-captivate-with-an-engaging-glow/

[9] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/20/innovo-umbrella-stand-uses-raindrops-to-grow-grass/

[10] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/15/table-lamp-powered-completely-by-tomatoes/

[11] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/16/recyclable-lzf-alhambra-lamp-inspired-by-origami/

[12] Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/2010/04/20/fadi-sarieddines-mow-chair-debuts-at-the-milan-furniture-fair/

[13] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/14/light-form-gorgeous-wood-wall-panels-flip-up-to-reveal-light/

[14] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/19/led-lamp-made-from-97-soap-is-the-epitome-of-clean-tech/

[15] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/16/ingo-maurer-unveils-double-c-future-oled-chandelier/

[16] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/13/emecos-new-navy-chair-is-made-of-111-up-cycled-coke-bottles/

[17] Image: http://inhabitat.com/2010/04/19/designer-unveils-cocoon-furniture-spun-by-silkworms/

[18] + Milan Design Week: http://inhabitat.com/milan-furniture-fair

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