Gallery: The Best Green Designs in Ventura Lambrate at the Milan Furnit...

These Kami Lights by Ett la benn have been constructed from cellulose.

Ento by Julene Aguirre, Jacky Chung, Aran Dasan and Jonathan Fraser from RCA, is a project investigating the nutritional value of eating of insects. The project examines and how they are processed in our body compared to meat, and the designers present a series of “recipes” for their use.

Gaspard Tiné-Berès has turns flat-packable fabric into a practical shoe. His project explores cost-efficient ways to produce footwear, even on a small scale production.

These Kami Lights by Ett la benn have been constructed from cellulose.

Light drop by e27 is a series of objects made from perforated metal plates typically used for building facades in architecture.

“Plant Your Chair” is a radical way of producing a chair in a nature. Depending less on mechanics and more on natural processes, the chair comes with an ever-changing story, making it a poetic piece.

Inspired by the way pedlars on the street scare away flies, Mexico-born Jose de la O made these beautiful glass containers to mimic the process.

Jose de la O also showed off his Vicky Lamp, a gorgeous lamp that not only provides a source of light, but a space for growing food.

The Polyfloss Factory is a micro-manufacturing machine that transforms plastic waste into a foam-like material called “polyfloss”. The machine uses the same principles of a candy floss machine, creating a playful way to deal with serious problems.

This textile Soft Lamp is created by fashion designerAnnebet Philips. Its soft, warm and playful character invites you to interact with. The lamp uses LED bulbs.

+ Inhabitat Coverage of the Milan Furniture Fair


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  1. David Wood fin April 26, 2012 at 3:54 am

    Thank you for your nice information.I like it.

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