New + Notable Green Design

New + Notable Green Design

Amy Azzarito
Dec 11, 2008

We are huge fans of I.D. Magazine, so we were intrigued by their list of New + Notable Green products. From bamboo rugs, to efficiently burning grills, they've rounded up the best in green design...

For his Pulp series, Dutch designer Jo Meesters has developed a collection of vessels made from waste paper pulp and polyurethane. He uses discarded containers as molds. sold at Future Perfect


The first rugs ever to be made entirely from bamboo yarn. They are designed by Ulf Mortiz and Felix Diener for Danskina, a Dutch textile company.

Brooklyn designer Andrew Rumpler, turns reclaimed automotive sheet metal into beautiful furniture.


With the set of six small rubber tubs, discarded tires are hand-cut and hand-sewn into vessels that can be used indoors or out as planters for smaller plants or herbs, or just as small storage containers. Design Within Reach and The Conran Shop.


London designer Amy Hunting's Patchwork Collection was built from scrapwood gathered from factories. We blogged it here.


We just picked out a few items here. For more, read the full story at I.D. Magazine

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