Located in Kichijoji, near Tokyo, Japan, artist Kengo Kuma and associates adorned the surface of this bar-restaurant with a assortment of colored recycled cables. This amazing type of decoration gives to this place a wild and warm atmosphere. To discover through Erieta Attali’s photographs.
The WaterNest 100 is a project of floating cabin on water thought by EcoFloLife. Shaped like a pod, it was designed on the concept of the nest by respecting the environment with entirely recycled materials : the laminated wood and aluminium give to this house a futuristic look. Find out more in images.
Canadian designer JP King has imagined the calendar Isometric Risograph for the year 2015. Playing on colors and perspectives to give a 3D illusion, this graphic calendar has been made with ecological soy ink and 100% recycled paper. Sold on Paper Pusher for 24$.
Delphine Courier is a belgian graphic designer who creates this cute series of little cat houses. Made with recycled cardboards, these boxes doesn’t require glue and tools to be assembled and are available in many designs ; perfect to bring a touch of originality to the house. More details below.
As part of an advertising campaign to promote the paper trading society IGEPA, Belgian Soon agency manufactured a model series of insects by using recycled paper. The agency offers a series done with precision and delicacy. Find out more in images and video.
House of Ismay offers since 2008 brooches using old book pages retrieved, cut and pasted in various forms, corresponding with the talent original books at the image of “of mice and men” by John Steinbeck.
‘Rising Moon’ is the name of the installation by Daydreamers Design in the ‘Wonderland 2013 Lantern Festival” at Victoria Park in Hong Kong. This item, in the form of an hemisphere, is composed of plastic bottles illuminated by LEDs. Great rendering to discover in images in the article.
Canlove is the name of the non-profit program recycling graffiti bombs designed by Neff & DJ Paul Ramirez. Providing a second life bombs emptied their painting, this highly successful program offers exhibition to 941 Gallery in San Francisco.