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Artecnica tranSglass Tumblers, Polished

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Graceful glassware crafted from recycled bottles. $39.00

Set of 4 Handcut Tumblers   tranSglass brings elegance and subtlety to recycled material design. These tumblers are crafted in Guatemala City from recycled bottles, where skilled craftspeople cut and polish items by hand. Designed by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden, tranSglass is included in the permanent collection of MoMA New York, and available only through Artecnica as part of their......read more

Artecnica StretchBag

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Clever shoulder tote makes use of a colorful material: ad billboards. $19.00

Looking for well-designed, everyday products that don't increase your footprint? Look no further than Artecnica, our fave LA retailer that carries only the best in sustainable goods. Like this StretchBag, made from recycled billboard plastic. Offered in a variety of bright colors, the clever die-cut design is made without glue or stitches. Perfect for carrying your haul from the......read more

Kaktus by Artecnica

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Indoor/outdoor stool (or storage!) made of 100% recycled aluminum $250.00

Kaktus is a recycled aluminum stool originally introduced by Artecnica in 2008. Now it's back in a variety of colors as part of the company's Fall/Winter 2011 collection. Designed by Artecnica co-founder Enrico Bressan, the Kaktus draws inspiration from the Staghorn Cholla cactus, with a skeletal design that is both super lightweight and surprisingly sturdy. The versatile piece works well both......read more

Artectnica Phrena Lamp by

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Flat-packing fixture unfolds into beautiful 3D shade $88.00

The beautiful Phrena pendant, a collaboration between Artecnica and Brooklyn product designer Karl Zahn, is inspired by the pages of a book. Unfold the flat-packing light, and the pages of the light work together in perfect symmetry. Phrena's steel interior frame is coated with white Tyvek, which creates a glow that adds warmth to any environment.  On his approach to green design,......read more

Hanging Test Tube Vase

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Better living through chemistry. $36.00

Cast from vintage test tubes and threaded with a natural, veggie dye-tanned leather strap, these clever Hanging Test Tube Vases invite you to get experimental with your floral arrangements. Handmade by Pigeon Toe Ceramics in Portland, OR using clay, earth-friendly lead-free glaze, fired in a renewable energy-powered kiln, these make a great gift item for someone who appreciates eco-conscious......read more

Artecnica tranSglass Double Vase, Satin

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Handcut Vase with Sandblasted Matte Finish $62.00

Designed by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden Material: Recycled Post-Consumer Wine Bottles Dimensions: DIA 3 in, 7.6 cm / H 14.375 in, 36.5 cm Note: tranSlgass Double Vase appears fifth in line from the left. Due to its recycled and handcrafted nature, tranSglass vessels will vary slightly in size, appearance and color. Colors are pre-sorted in shades of green, clear and brown by the artisans......read more

Artecnica Cork Cases

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Put it in cork. $36.00

Cork is one of our favorite materials. Not coincidentally, it's also one of the most sustainable; the wood is harvested by stripping the outer layer of bark off a cork oak tree, without harming or killing it. Inspired by the simplicity of traditional envelopes, these cork carrying cases are lined with 100% recycled billboard, coming in three sizes: a wallet, a clutch and a handbag. The smaller......read more

Buoy Vases

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From West Elm

Looking for a Mother's Day gift? Here's an easy answer. Bright and breezy. Painted to look like harbor buoys, these ceramic vases light up a tabletop either clustered together or on their own with a small arrangement. Ceramic. Sold individually. Made in Haiti. ...read more

Bottle Vases by Foekje Fleur van Duin

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Amazing ceramic vases that mimic discarded plastic bottles $19.75

After hearing news stories about the massive patch of plastic swirling around the Pacific, Dutch designer Foekje Fleur van Duin started collecting discarded trash on the banks of the Maas River and thinking of ways to incorporate it into creative projects. These amazing porcelain replicas of plastic bottles come from those experiments. Made using a plaster mold, the vases are......read more

Phil Cuttance Weld Vases

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Nice lines.

From London designer Phil Cuttance comes a good-looking range of vases created by welding together discarded, offcut ABS plastic. Called Weld Vases, the pieces are made of ABS plastic scraps from a local factory, welded together using hot hair. The line includes three different shapes and three tonal combinations. As Cuttance says on his site, "the Weld Vases are each individually......read more

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