As we enter an era in which sustainability is a very big deal, design is catching up with the consciousness that’s been preceding it for several generations.  A decade or two ago, it was nearly untenable to find green products of any sort that were even remotely aesthetically pleasing, but these days, a visual taste test between the extremes is a tough challenge to master.  Thankfully, taking care of the earth no longer means looking like we’ve just bathed in it.  On the contrary: some of the most cutting-edge design and architecture today is also some of the greenest.  We’ll raise a wheatgrass shot to that for sure, man.

wine hive
Recycled Aluminum WineHive by John Paulick


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