When I was researching trends that will be big in 2018, I came across this amazing new Dutch company that 3D prints terrazzo floor tiles.
Aectual was founded with a mission to bring design freedom, massive cost reduction, perfect consumer quality and zero waste to market. Continue reading “3D Printed Terrazzo Floor Tiles”
If you follow my social media feeds you may recall I found a collection of old keys not too long ago. I didn’t want to throw them away because I know my grandfather collected most of them. This week I’m so happy to be able to say I found some inspiration.
Australian artist Michael Moerkey (or Moerkey) creates balls, bowls and other artistic sculptures with discarded keys and coins. Continue reading “More Upcycled Lighting”
ALUSID LTD is a new UK based company, manufacturing an exciting range of unique, highly sustainable interior and exterior architectural surface materials.
ALUSID is a spin-off company from the Silicate Research Unit of University of Central Lancashire (UCLan).
AluSiD was the name given to launch prototype examples of the ‘Eco-material’ David and Dr Alasdair Bremner had been developing as part of the AHRC (Arts and Humanities Research Council) funded research project called ‘The Aesthetic of Waste”. The research project examines mineral waste as a potential alternative to traditional construction materials.
ALUSID will be launching its first product range at 100% Design 2015 in London this September.
Our products made from 95%-100% recycled waste glass and ceramic offer complete control of colour, tone and texture, creating a genuinely sustainable alternative to imported natural stone products.
These days we are pretty comfortable with the use of cork for flooring and wall treatments but the notion of a bathroom fixture made from cork is pretty spectacular.
GRANORTE, based in Portugal, is a leading sustainable flooring manufacturer and producer of cutting-edge cork products from vessels and tile to lighting and furniture. Continue reading “Cork for Bathroom Fixtures”