Posts tagged 'plastic'

Vestre takes a dip into the world of ownerless marine plastics

Take a seat on the world’s first bench made from ownerless marine plastics The Coast bench is an example of how marine plastic waste can

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The designers trying to make guilt-free plastic products

The idea of guilt in conjunction with single-use plastics is an easy one to grasp. A huge rise in public awareness of the plastic problem


Inside OnOffice July: The Green Issue, all about sustainable design

In the words of French naval officer and conservationist Jacques-Yves Cousteau: “Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become

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Why the design materials of the future include orange peel and peanut shells

Following his talk at UKCW last October, Graham Brown, director at Envelope Architects, shares how design can save the planet How would you define British


Loliware: Can edible cups help tackle single use plastic waste in workplaces?

Disposable plastic cups are the blight of any environmentally conscious workplace. Glassware is fine but can be expensive to keep replacing as it breaks, and

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Everybody’s darling: Patricia Urquiola

Patricia Urquiola is a name synonymous with contemporary furniture design, and finally the office gets a taste of her style The first time I saw

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Konstantin Grcic: The rational radical

In the run-up to Konstantin Grcic’s office desk launch with Thonet and Muji, Grant Gibson unravels the contrasts in the German designer’s inventive yet logical



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