Stella McCartney opened up the gym for London fashion week, complete with Olympians, to display her new collection of Adidas sportswear. Her winter collection for 2008 is currently available at Adidas, but her sustainable spring 2009 collection debuted this week in London. And what better way to show off sportswear than seeing it in action … Continue reading Fashionable Fitness: Stella McCartney’s New Adidas Line
I am definitely not a tree hugger in any shape or manner.Â Perhaps my girlfriend is; which would explain her love for animals and plants above human life, but that’s the closest you’ll catch me to the eco-love business that’s been floating around.Â I should also say that I understand the sheer importance of sustainability … Continue reading Sustainable Cardboard Toilet?
China, especially when looking at its major cities, isn’t exactly the model student when it comes to taking care of the environment (though China isn’t really entirely to blame). Recent construction for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games meant increased air pollution for the residents of Beijing especially, but when the dust settled, an interest in … Continue reading The Water Cube: Bubble Wrap Can Be Sustainable
Quick Facts: The Media Wall will provide the city of Beijing with its first venue dedicated to digital media art Features largest color LED display in the world. First photovoltaic system with glass curtain Greenpix behaves like an organic system, absorbing solar energy during the day and then generating light from the same power that … Continue reading Zero Energy: The GreenPIX Wall
My father, an amazing designer though we never talk about the subject together, regularly subscribes to Metropolis magazine: a magazine dedicated to all forms of architecture design from interior design to environmental design. For the longest time I didnâ€™t even bother to read the stacks upon stacks of magazines until one day I decided to … Continue reading Demand Responsible Action by Architects.