We came, we saw, we conquered. Milan Design Week has come to a close, but we'll be ogling the hottest wares the show had to offer for a long time to come. From golden tomato-powered lamps to giant lego building bricks to an entire house made of recycled stone, we submit for your viewing pleasure our cream of the green design crop from Salone del Mobile 2010!
Yves Béhar’s stunning line of LED pendant lamps are made from recycled paper and capture the shimmering effect of crystal chandeliers.
Called “Memory,” 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.
The Bright Woods’ collection of chairs and coffee tables are made from wood and natural resin strips and glow from within!
Innovo’s clever umbrella stand mat catches the runoff from wet umbrellas to to grow grass right in your home.
D-Vision’s incredible LED lamp uses energy from a chemical reaction between tomato acids, zinc, and copper to power it!
LZF Lamps’ gorgeous geometric pendant lights are totally recyclable an look just like orgami!
Fadi Sarieddine’s Mow Chair is a grass-lined sofa that brings the cushy feeling of sitting on fresh cut lawn right into your home.
“Light Form” by designers Francesca Rogers and Daniele Gualeni Design Studio is a beautiful modular lighting system made up of wood panels that can be flipped back to expose energy-efficient electroluminescent lights.
Ecomat’s gigantic LEGOs are made of 100% recycled materials and let you build anything you can dream up!
D-Vision’s cute little LED lamp is composed of 97% soap!
Double C-Future, a pendent lamp by Ingo Maurer features nine suspended OLED panels for a super-futuristic look!
Emeco teamed up with Coca Cola to create seating that is almost identical to their iconic Navy Chair – and it’s made from 111 recycled plastic bottles!
Rock Wang’s incredible line of furniture is actually created by silk worms spinning fibers around a bamboo form.