With Earth Day 2022 on the horizon, we highlight the work of the most innovative design brands leading the way to a more sustainable future. From eco-friendly production methods to recycled materials and revolutionary design thinking about circularity - discover our guide to a greener home.
The Canopy Collection by LSA
Centred around the concept of hydration and propagation, LSA’s Canopy collection is inspired by the iconic biospheres of the Eden Project site in Cornwall. Each self-watering planter is mouth-blown from 100% recycled and recyclable glass.
The Canopy collection was awarded the prestigious Green GOOD DESIGN Award in 2021.
Made In Britain
With a legacy dating back to 1920, L.Ercolani
create timeless furniture marrying original woodturning and steam-bending techniques with soft silhouettes. Founded on a commitment to traditional furniture making, L.Ercolani continue to produce their collections in Britain today, with each piece hand finished in Buckinghamshire.
The Lucas collection by Sika is crafted from reclaimed teak sourced from unused fisherman houses and boats in the Nordic region. Characterised by the warmth of the wood, each table comes with its own unique history, expressed in the markings and reparations of its previous life.
are a registered company of the UN Global Compact - a voluntary commitment to implement universal sustainability initiatives based on 10 principles within the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
The Masters Chair, designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell
interweaves three distinctive silhouettes to create a full and curvaceous backrest, with the least possible material. Masters is made of 100% recycled plastic, derived from waste material from production.
The Smart Wood collection by Kartell employs innovative 3D curved-wood technology, enabling a minimal quantity of material to be used in production, whilst maintaining optimum durability and strength. The collection of office furniture, storage, and lounge chairs is crafted with wood sourced from FSC® certified forests.
Kartell’s ongoing commitment to sustainability follows the guidelines outlined in the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, with the objective to use recycled and eco-friendly materials wherever possible.
Tala's collection of desk lamps, pendant lighting and decorative bulbs are an ode to nature, uniting eco-friendly credentials with contemporary aesthetics. Their decorative LED bulbs are guaranteed to use 90% less energy than traditional lightbulbs, with a lifespan of up to 10 years, whilst the wood used in their lamps and pendant lights is derived from FSC certified forests.
The Componibili Storage Unit by Kartell has established itself as a design classic, exhibited within the MOMA and Pompidou centre's collection of iconic 20th Century design. The new Componibili Bio is produced with a biopolymer made from renewable raw materials, derived from non-GMO agricultural waste.
Explore the entire collection of sustainable design.
By Jennifer Ring