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Chikuno Cube

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Chemical-free, bamboo charcoal air freshener absorbs odors the natural way $27.50

Chikuno Cube is an air freshener made from bamboo charcoal and clay minerals. At 2 X 2", it may be tiny, but it's super powerful, with a micro-honeycomb structure that amplifies its surface area by hundred fold. Works ingeniously in refrigerators, closets and cars and can be re-used for up to 1 year just by exposing it to direct sunlight once a month. Dig the Japanese-style, gift-boxed packaging......read more

BOSEbuild Speaker Cube

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More Than Just A Speaker $149.00

Designed with kids in mind, the BOSEbuild speaker cube kit is entertaining and educational. The set comes with everything needed to assemble a speaker cube—from panels to coils and more. For children aged eight or older, it's an experience on how music makes its way through wires and out to our ears (and it's ultimately delivered through a speaker with Bose-quality sound)....read more

Stackable Living Eco Cube

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Easy, attractive air plant terrarium by Seattle's eGarden Studio $25.00

Low-maintenace air plants add a nice dose of nature to any space. Seattle-based Etsy seller eGarden Studio offers everything you need for a lovely air plant habitat with this Stackable Living Eco Cube. Designed to be scaled up by stacking cubes together, the little terrariums can be used as table centerpieces or displayed on a shelf or desk. Comes with one air plant, some black pebbles, preserved......read more

Maple Cube by Tonewood

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A Vermont company gives maple syrup a delicious makeover $17.00

Done right, harvesting maple sap is sustainable in eternity. The trees stay standing, producing sap generation after generation, without the "help" of agri-chemicals. And what goodness they produce! Raw, natural maple syrup is one of food's greatest pleasures. Now, Vermont's Tonewood has expanded maple's applications to include delectable sweeteners like wafers, cubes, creams and flakes. The 7oz......read more

Recycled Paper Coasters by Sugarcube Press

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Vibrant, summer-friendly design printed on a vintage letterpress $11.00

Working from a studio in Ojai, CA, Kelsie and Elizabeth of Sugarcube Press create custom letterpress designs using a a pair of 100-year-old printing presses. This set of ten Sugarcube coasters, available via Rodales, is made from 100 percent recycled, biodegradable pulp board and printed using non-toxic inks. The double-vision bike illustration has summer written all over it, and these coasters......read more

Cubex Chair & Pillow by Environment

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Modern lounge chair makes comfy use of army tent canvas $2,195.00

Made from recycled army tent canvas, Enviornment's Cubex Chair & Pillow calls itself "the quintessential lounge chair for the 21st century." With clean lines and a low-lying design, it's hard to disagree.  We also happen to love the ethos behind Environment's entire line of furniture. Warning: Timing might not be holiday-friendly ...read more

Areaware Cubebot

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Next generation toy/art piece made out of sustainable cherry wood. $35.00

Forget plastic, battery-powered robot toys. The Areaware Cubebot, from designer David Weeks, is the only way to go. Made from sustainable cherry wood and inspired by the Japanese Shinto Kumi-ki puzzles, the Cubebot is a non-traditional take on the toy robot. His elastic-band muscles and durable wood limbs make him impervious to breakage. And when its time for him to rest, he folds into into a......read more

Fincube by Studio Aisslinger

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This sustainable, transportable home is the epitome of natural high-tech

Berlin-based architectural outfit Studio Aisslinger has created what may be the most stunning modular home ever built. The conceptual building, dubbed Fincube, is "nomadic" in the sense that it can be easily dismantled and reassembled on a new site. The prototype, pictured above, has been constructed near Bozen in Northern Italy, almost 4,000 feet above sea level, with the Dolomite......read more

Joan Fontcuberta: Landscapes Without Memory

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Computer-generated fantasy worlds "recycled" from famous artworks.

One of Spain's most prominent artists, Joan Fontcuberta is known for exploring the ground where illusion and reality meet. For Landscapes Without Memory, Fontcuberta co-opted computer software developed by the military to render map data into 3D geographic images. But instead of inputting maps into the Terragen software, he fed fragments of landscape works by Turner, Cezanne, Dali,......read more

Trash Cube

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Nicholas Le Moigne's scrap cement stool doesn't look very comfortable.

With the "Trash Cube," Swiss designer Nicholas Le Moigne sets his sights on the small market of green design fanatics who also happen to be narcoleptic. There is no danger of falling asleep sitting on this thing. Created entirely from scrap fibre cement, the Trash Cube is an interesting vision of green furniture — and maybe the least comfortable seat imaginable. Workers at the......read more

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