Transneomatic – decorative bowls

Decorative bowls from tires Durable and delicate salvaged scooter tires and delicate rattan weaving from rural Vietnam. Reclaimed tires and an ancient rattan weaving tradition? This unlikely marriage of durable and delicate is exactly what makes these decorative bowls so stunning. Designed by Estudio Campana and handcrafted by skilled artisans from rural Vietnam, these gorgeous… Read More »Transneomatic – decorative bowls

Benefits of Organic T-Shirts

Organic t-shirts has taken the fashion world by storm with their environmentally friendly designs. The main driving force behind these eco-friendly t-shirts is the desire to promote eco-friendliness in fashion and help to bring about a change in the way that clothing is manufactured and marketed. When you start looking at organic t-shirts, you are… Read More »Benefits of Organic T-Shirts

DECOMOSAICO – WOOD WALL ART

MAKE ART + HELP REFOREST PATAGONIA DECOMOSAICO ARE DECORATIVE DO-IT-YOURSELF WOODEN WALL ART TILES DESIGNED BY EZEQUIEL FARCA AND MANUFACTURED BY MASISA MEXICO. Masisa’s environmental practices and policies for wood products have made them pioneers in sustainable forestry. All the raw materials used in the process of production of its panels come from certified and… Read More »DECOMOSAICO – WOOD WALL ART

PAINTING BY SRI SIAM

An original painting by the elephant Sri Siam. The painting was created at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC) without The Elephant Art Gallery staff involvement. Sri Siam is 14 years old, and has a great spatial awareness. He paints pictures that almost have a human touch. He usually starts each stroke by dabbing the… Read More »PAINTING BY SRI SIAM

BY THE INCH EARRINGS

Earrings made from reused tape measure. Note: Due to its recycled and handmade nature, LeDanse jewelry can slightly vary in color and texture. MORE INFO Material:reused tape measure (printed steel), sterling silver Size:1 3/8″ x 3/4″ Made in:Madison, Wisconsin

Architecture In Development

Modern technology and media access have made sharing information about architecture easier than ever, yet it often feels as if architecture has lost its power to incite change or address pressing social needs. Much valuable local and cultural knowledge, especially regarding sustainable design, remains scattered or siloed. Is there way to collect these hyper-local design… Read More »Architecture In Development