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Bell Chair by Magis, the elegance of recycling

Light, enveloping, eco-friendly: here are three words that describe this must-have chair for both the indoors and outdoors.

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Sacco goes green: pop design icon is 100% eco-friendly

Sacco goes green: from expanded polystyrene (EPS) to bio-plastic beads. To mark the 50th anniversary of the famous armchair, a pop-design icon as well as a symbol of 1968, Zanotta presents the exclusive, numbered, limited edition collection, 100% eco-sustainable.

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Intarsio, history to be worn

Marble architecture that tells its story with lightness. The exclusive capsule collection Intarsio by Budri...

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Water-based coatings, colors for your health

The nontoxic and ecological coatings for high-quality furniture that do not pollute and protect our health.

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Clean air in the wardobe: Air Cleaning System by Lema

To protect our health and day-to-day well-being from indoor pollution, this wardrobe takes on a new role. It changes from a simple container and becomes an active instrument, a sort of filter capable of purifying the air and contents inside.

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Saintluc’s house of linen

“I come from the world of composite materials. I know their proprieties and potentialities in depth” Frédéric Morald starts off with while introducing Saintluc...

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Recovering precious wood

Kauri, Briccole and Lebanese cedar are the materials carved into the DNA of Riva 1920, the Brianza company born in 1920 with the clear intention of respecting nature.

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T Tower by Antrax, heat from recycling

Climate change, sustainability, energy savings: we hear about these hot topics all the time, especially during winter when heaters are on full blast...

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Respet®: when plastic becomes design

The kitchen in recycled plastic: an extraordinary revolution in the world of materials that reduces environmental impact and contributes to the safeguarding of our planet.

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Componibili Bio, the sustainable version of Kartell’s bestseller

Fifty years after it was originally designed, Anna Castelli Ferrieri’s iconic Componibili storage cabinet is the first product that Kartell has ever-made with a groundbreaking bioplastic that’s 100% natural.