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Interlocking Polli-Brick Used for EcoARK

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The web is alive with news that a Taiwan company has built a three-level exhibition hall — EcoARK — using about 1.5 million plastic bottles.  According to Reuters, the building was commissioned by Far Eastern Group and will be donated to city government in Taipei.  But what's really interesting is the fact that the objects used for the facade are more than simple plastic waste bottles.  The product being used here is called Polli-Brick from Hymini. 

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The Newsworthy Writing is on the Wall

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What's black and blue and all over the wall?  It's Newsworthy, a recycled content wall covering from Weitzner Limited.  Newsworthy is being offered in the company's Spring 2010 collection and, according to the New York Times, sells trade for $125 per yard (47 inches wide).  It's kind of like grasscloth in that 100% real newspaper strips are woven together and paperbacked for application to the wall.  And, as you might imagine, coloring tends to vary. 

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Emeco with a New Recycled Material

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Emeco, maker of iconic chairs with 80% recycled aluminum, will soon offer the Navy Chair made with recycled Coca-Cola bottles, according to Dezeen.  Representing four years of research, 111 Navy Chair will be made with 111 PET bottles, or about 65% post-consumer content.  According to Emeco, not only will the chair be "super strong, durable and comfortable," but it will also be "warm, colorful and about half the price of the aluminum one."  Thoughts?  Available exclusively from DWR.

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Noticed: The Packaged Vertical Garden

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There's a push for density and urbanization and efficient use of space, but all too often a connection to nature is lost in the process.  Luzinterruptus, a guerrilla style outfit out of Madrid, recently installed this Packaged Vertical Garden to make a statement about the importance of preserving urban greenery. 

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Flexible 100% Recycled Composite ECOR

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Whether you’re looking for an innovative material for wall paneling, interior signage, or some furniture piece, ECOR may just be the right choice.  ECOR is made through a proprietary process with old newspapers, old cardboard, and various agricultural fibers, including processed bovine fibers, commercial fiber crops, and other residue fibers.  You can see how this is done in the video below. 

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Modern Green Furniture from Domiphile

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If you’re in the market for modern sustainable furniture, you might check out Domiphile, a company founded by Tony Church near Salt Lake City, Utah.  Currently offering tables, side tables, dressers, and desks, Domiphile handcrafts these pieces with North American FSC-certified white ash and black walnut and “super-duper low VOC” waterborne finishes.  Pieces range in price from about $1,110 to $4,000, depending on what you’re looking for.

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