Milo with Wastewatch

Original text: "#wheresMilo is visiting @waste_watch to talk about The ReCut series of furniture and getting kids involved." (The ReCut series is now called the Milo series) Wastewatch is a charity dedicated to reducing waste in the UK. I visited them with Milo to do a presentation about Milo and waste, and hopefully get Wastewatch to integrate Milo in

“Flexi Straw” experimental Eco Fitted Furniture made of Straw.

It is not every day that you see fitted furniture made of Straw. In reality, it is likely you have never heard of fitted furniture made of straw, let alone seen any. I never saw or heard of one until I designed Flexi Straw for my company, Custom Carpentry in the UK. You might think

I met some amazing people at the London Green Fair

Today I went to the London Green Fair, I have been going for 3 years in a row now and this year was the best! I met some people doing amazing stuff. Gavin from THTC creates t-shirts made from organic cotton and hemp. Gavin form THTC   Save the Jungle  

WheresMilo? #wheresMilo

Today, the 4th June 2012 I am launching #wheresMilo a new photo project dedicated to the travels of the ReCut Milo table designed by Tristan Titeux. The #wheresMilo project is a fun way of spotting all the weird, interesting places that I will photograph him in as well as interesting and also famous people that I

Wooden Sky Scrapers, better than steel & concrete?

This is a responce I posted on the CNN website about the construction of wooden sky scrapers.   I was really emoted to write a long responce to many negative comments based on peoples preconseptions and shortsightenes about wood and lack of understanding about sustainability.   "I cannot believe how negative some people are. And

Tristan Titeux at the Surface Design Show 2012

The Surface Design Show is a materials show for architects and interior designers. This is the first show I have ever done. I was invited by the SCIN Materials gallery to show some eco materials on their large stand. I am so glad I went, I had the time of my life. For 3 days