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FOOD-DRINK
Normann Copenhagen Tea
Best known for their smart, minimal home furnishings, Denmark's Normann Copenhagen recently took a step into the drinkable design category with the introduction of a line of 12 teas. Contained in colorful, reusable tins with graphics by designer...
FOOD-DRINK
The Fish Farm
by Anton Crone Among a number of sustainability initiatives underway in the townships of Cape Town, one of the most innovative we've discovered is "The Fish Farm," a patented micro-intensive farm in a 40-foot shipping container. Containers have...
DESIGN
GoToob
Most hotels and gyms offer complimentary toiletries, but those who like to bring along their own favorites have probably noticed the hospitality often stops at precious shelf space. Enter the GoToob. Designed by San Francisco firm Humangear, the...
DESIGN
Alex
The first product from Nice Reusables, a new company devoted to the idea that sustainability should be simple, the Alex Bottle is an easy-to-clean water bottle. Alex stands for "Always Live Extraordinarily"—a statement that may seem extreme...
DESIGN
Seletti Stack
An interlinking metal cabinet system designed by Alessandro Zambelli, Stack debuted as part of Seletti's "Augmented Reality" exhibit at Superstudio during the recent Milan Design Week. The Stack system offers three sizes as a base, and eight...
DESIGN
Tkaro
Tkaro's cylindrical glass design not only eliminates the expendable plastic bottle (and the leached taste and BPAs that go with it), but doubles as a cup for a civilized way to stay hydrated on-the-go. The durable glass construction may weigh a little...
FOOD-DRINK
LunchBots Containers
by Laura Neilson As concerns over the long-term effects of plastic chemicals grow, LunchBots' stylish steel food containers are both a non-toxic and environmentally-sound consideration for anyone brown-bagging their lunch these days. The California...
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