Anything to do with Trees.
Last week I met Ecopalm at the Surface Design Show in Islington, They make floorboards from coconut palm trees, the wood comes from the actual trunk and is just cut straight into planks of solid palm wood. It could also be used for cladding walls and making furniture. This sample is cut
If you read part one of my first thirteen years you will know that i love food and have a deep love for nature and what things she can teach us. As well as the food in our garden, the cherrys and apples and pears in our field, the bees that gave
My first 13 years in Belgium I was born in the UK, in London, Paddington on the 2nd Janurary 1976. Gosh that makes me feel emotional... There is a strange sensation you get when you right certain things down... When I was a few months old i moved to Belgium with my parents and sister
Milo is a small coffee or bedside table made of recycled waste off cut wood material and unwanted old fitted furniture pulled out of peoples houses. In 2011, after deciding to follow my passion and do something for our planet I started looking closer at how we use materials. I came up with a design
Tristan Titeux Introduces the ecological benefits of using Bamboo plywood in your home. My mission is to ensure that all furniture will be totally sustainable in the future. I want to leave you feeling satisfied that you have taken an important step towards creating a better future for our children. Bamboo as you probably know
Recycling is a hot word these days, everyone is using it, companies are shouting it out loud. And it is great, recycling is really important, it is a good job that everyone is now talking about recycling, because it makes sense, why waste? Waste makes no sense to us, and taking something and creating something