A fiber regenerated from discarded textiles and can be processed in converted viscose mills: Kirsi Terho of Infinited Fiber Company explains how this circular alternative to cotton is made.
Sustainability is no buzz-word here — each item in Vitelli’s new collection is made with upcycled wool from within a thirty-mile radius from their studio
It takes an engineer to make things in big quantities and a craftsman to produce a wooden spoon. The British designer discusses the challenges on crafting newness
«Biochar is the ethical form of charcoal — ethical because you’re not cutting down the forest». In conversation with Brando Crespi, the co-founder of Pro-Natura International.
Jermaine Gallacher – the ambiguous design dealer – discusses the mindset of never having something that you don’t want or need, which you’ll eventually consider to be waste
Bio-facturing in antithesis to manufacturing: each item is grown in situ, harvested in situ, and finished in situ without damage and waste
Economically developed countries often ignore the environment around them. A conversation with designer Tamara Orjola – investigating the use of pine needles