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The Buzzizone is an acoustic and ecologic space divider that is perfect for both home and office. It is a divider that grows with you, from a children’s play area to office space to a reading corner. The dividers are flexible and can be set up without any tools. So you can move them around as much as you would like!
Pillow fabric, mottled

Felt

9 Pins
Beosound Stage - Norm

Combo

11 Pins
So I went down to the potter's house, and I saw him working at the wheel... the clay was marred in his hands; so the potter formed it into another pot, shaping it as seemed best to him. Jeremiah 18:3-4
Rebotijo (Martín Azúa, 1999): a redesign of the traditional Spanish botijo which brings back a convivial and ecological way to drink fresh water. The new form is somewhere between a bottle and a Tetra Brik.

Ceramic

12 Pins
Sughero, un materiale 100% sostenibile! Come? Il sughero si ricava dal taglio della corteccia della quercia da sughero, la quale si rigenera durante tutta la sua vita. Inoltre il suo processo di estrazione e lavorazione è molto più semplice rispetto a molti altri processi produttivi. - Cork: awesome to see and touch and 100% eco-friendly! How? The cork is the bark of a special oak and this tree repairs itself for all his life. In addition the production process is more easier then many others!
BioDesignIn | inspirational interior ecodesign “Good design is sustainable… Great design is responsible…” | Page 4
lucirmás: pure bottle

Cork

7 Pins

Wood

23 Pins
a person is holding up several different colored sheets on the wall with their hand over them
FELT
Felt is a warm and natural material made by wool fibers. We love it because we can easily work on it for create a real product. Discover how we can use in our objects this beautiful material!
four clay pots stacked on top of each other in front of a white wall and floor
Terracotta.
Terracotta and her warm color. A timeless shade between red and orange. An old material but very contemporary that furnish our space always with elegance and warm, it make our spaces more comfortable.
Living room designs
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Coasters
Coasters diy
Coaster design
Coffee coasters
Coffee coasters diy
Coffee coaster design
Fun coasters
Neutral aesthetic
Neutral living room
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Abstract art
Abstract decor
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Clay crafts Polymer clay crafts Design, Fimo, Inspiration, Ceramic Decor, Clay Art, Pottery Art, Clay Art Projects, Pottery Painting
abstract nude coaster
a wooden cutting board sitting on top of a wooden table next to a white wall
Kitchenwares webshop - Michael Vermeij
several images of different types of objects being made with materials such as wood, stone and metal
BioDesignIn
BioDesignIn | inspirational interior ecodesign “Good design is sustainable… Great design is responsible…” | Page 4
a drill is being used to make holes in the ground for something else that looks like sand
lucirmás: pure bottle
lucirmás: pure bottle
a close up of a wooden stool with a cork seat pad on the top and bottom
Leibal — Minimal Design Publication
Hans is a minimalist design created by Germany-based designer Florian Saul. The stool has a wooden base with a cork surface. The two materials compliment each other flawlessly having natural components, and being similar in color tone. The legs on the stool are slightly sloping so that only a small percentage of the chairs legs are actually making contact with the ground. (1)
several pieces of cork sitting on top of a white brick floor next to each other
jasper morrison's cork furniture collection is set to go on view in new york
two hands on a potter's wheel with the words if the plant doesn't work, change it but not the goal
working hands2
So I went down to the potter's house, and I saw him working at the wheel... the clay was marred in his hands; so the potter formed it into another pot, shaping it as seemed best to him. Jeremiah 18:3-4