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Rotterdam – To confront globetrotters with their impact on the Earth, Felix Leenders set up a travel agency that offers excursions to destinations affected by climate change.
New York City – Made from 100 per cent recycled and eco-friendly materials, Kamarq’s subscription-based furniture redefines the sector’s purchasing options.
Lausanne – Bastien Chevrier responded to the latest St-W Challenge by enclosing food in a thin protein bubble, making cardboard containers and plastic film superfluous.
Arnhem – Inflatable structures by Roos Meerman and Bart van den Hoven function as flexible pop-up lodgings.
Barcelona – The Italian carmaker asked for revolutionary vehicles, set in the year 2035. The students of the Transportation Design undergraduate programme at IED Barcelona responded.
Tokyo – In Tokyo, Rikako Nagashima celebrates Descente Blanc’s puffer jackets using nothing but by-products from their production.
Amsterdam – The newest print issue of St-W gives the green light to a series of groundbreaking eco-tourism projects.
Rotterdam – Freitag by Eduard Leiden’s design honours the pragmatic sustainability exercised in both the brand and its host city.
Amsterdam – A new hotel in the Dutch capital’s Java Island looks to the nation's past in order to be better equipped to respond to a more sustainable future.
Tokyo – Rainwater harvesting systems are part of the façade of the Kugayama Southgate Building in Tokyo. The designers aim to rekindle the locals’ relationship with water.
Horsens, Denmark – For its fiftieth year, Vola has created a celebratory video series to showcase the circular economy built into every step of their design process.
Amsterdam – TANK architectural studio uses biomimetics to inform the design of the newly created QO Hotel.
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