Retro-chic shoe company Keen Footwear has moved into an old Portland, Ore, warehouse space and made it new again, using many green building retrofit techniques along the way.
A small Parisian architecture firm chose straw as the main building material to design a cozy, naturally insulated “nest” that even the Big Bad Wolf would have to admire.
Over 5,000 plates, cups, bowls, and saucers were upcycled to create a huge tree in Belgium.
A Dutch design firm recycled not only the layout of their playground, but also the materials, from right inside the neighborhood.
Although you might not be able to duplicate the sound of the seagulls or recreate the crash of the waves, there are ways to add a little marine flair into your life as a landlubber.
Usually famous people hate being trashed, but it’s likely that if they see these pieces, they’ll make an exception.
See how two designers are plucking washing machine drums from the dumps of their native Beirut and turning them into bold furnishings inspired by their Lebanese roots.
All of RockAppleWood’s innovative line of docking stations are made from reclaimed wood.
LEDs, solar panels, passive solar, recycled plastic, green roofs–oh my! This eco-friendly ATM has it all.
When it comes to sports gear, Nike is known for producing the boldest designs made with the best materials. The Nike GS is no exception.
Patio furniture that makes the world a better place? This you’ve got to see.