Nearly 3 billion people worldwide cook meals indoors over fires fueled by biomass (wood, crop waste and animal dung). This stove, designed and manufactured for sale and distribution throughout India, burns biomass fuels more efficiently than traditional cooking methods. It reduces toxic emissions up to 80 percent, burns hotter and cuts fuel consumption by as much as half.
The invitation and flyer for the "Design Naturally" workshop at the 55th Cannes Advertising Festival was designed on laser engraved leaves. Images were recorded on a leaf together with the event information. Designed with low environmental impact and showing great visual and sensory appeal, the leaves must be viewed against the light and can later be returned to nature. Laser engraving allows for the use of images of different complexity levels and myriad of effects without leaving chemical residues.
The Studio Hybrid desktop features an ultra-compact footprint, an eco-conscious focus and a stylish, organic shape. It can be personalized with nine interchangeable color casings and oriented vertically or horizontally to fit any environment. The Studio Hybrid represents a shift in Dell's philosophy from a cost-centric ideology to a customer-centered approach where design, experience, personal choice and sustainability are the key drivers.
This performance basketball shoe is made from manufacturing waste. It incorporates leftover materials—leather and synthetic leather, foam and rubber—into new shoes without sacrificing any of the performance aspects that come from shoes made from virgin materials.