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The Bross Table

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From Chicago's Dock 312 $485.00

At Dock 312 they believe that there are certain key elements of object design that are of the utmost concern to the modern individual.  Namely, that a design ought to be: 1) economical, 2) eco-friendly, 3) elegant and 4) functional.  It should reflect the taste, character and immediacy of the time in which it was created yet borrow inspiration and......read more

Koostik iPhone Speaker

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Solid wood iPhone dock takes stereo energy efficiency to new...er, lows. $85.00

If you're in the market for energy efficient iPhone speakers, you won't find any that use less than the zero-electricity Koostik. Made from solid wood, the setup naturally amplifies the sound from your iPhone speaker, providing louder music without using any additional electricity. The Koostik site notes that the device works better for some types of music than others. So it may not be your cup......read more

Reclaimed Wood Docking Station

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This raw-edged slab of cherry wood is a rustic dock for iPhone and iPad $178.00

The intersection of shiny new tech and raw, natural materials is a happy place for us, and this iPhone/iPad docking station by Canadian Etsy seller Living Wood Design resides comfortably in that zone. Hand-carved from reclaimed black cherry wood, the dual dock features raw living edges for that added rustic look. With enough space to rest your iPad either vertically or horizontally and still......read more

Driftwood iPhone Charging Dock

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One-of-a-kind iPhone station juxtaposes timeless nature with modern tech $72.00

For Maine maker Lee Goodwin and the rest of his team, sourcing materials means hittiing the beach, mere minutes from the 18th century barn where they work. That's where they collect the pieces of driftwood they use to craft these one-of-a-kind iPhone charging docks, each of which carries its own special narrative, "from seed to tree to sandy shore." The finished product is a interesting......read more

Chisel iPhone 5 Dock

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iSkelter's 'chiseled' smartphone stand, handcrafted in the US from renewable bamboo $40.00

Phoenix, AZ design outfit iSkelter delivers another tech accessory win with the Chisel iPhone Dock. Featuring a minimalistic aesthetic with a dash of sustainability, the Chisel Dock is handcrafted from renewable bamboo and offers a nice alternative to run-of-the-mill iPhone stands. The dock is "chiseled" to provide a snug home for iPhone 5, 5c or 5s, with the lightning cable tucked away in a......read more

Mini Row by Jill Shaddock

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Handmade porcelain vessels in an irresistible color palette $129.00

UK ceramicist Jill Shaddock's exquisite clay objects blur the boundary between the decorative and the functional. Like this row of three miniature porcelain vessels, which can be used for sipping sake with friends or for simply looking pretty sitting on the mahogany block included with the set. The basic, minimal cups are slipcast in layers in muted greys, greens, and blues -- an irresistable......read more

Alarm Dock by Jonas Damon

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Smart design turns your iPhone into a classic bedside clock $44.00

Here's a simple and beautiful form with a decidedly 21st century function. Designer Jonas Damon's Alarm Dock allows you to recreate the classic and iconic bedside alarm clock by placing your iPhone or iPod Touch in the cradle. Download (for free) a flip clock application for authentic alarm clock flavor. Says Damon, "Augmented by a flip clock app, this dock returns meaningful form to......read more

Inbook Charging Station

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Old books given new lives as unique and smart charging docks $49.00

Rich Neeley Designs rescues discarded books from certain landfill death, or from their dreary existence in the dark recesses of a bookshelf. Their goal is to bring more books into your life. Each book they meet passes an "exceptionally rare and wonderful" screening prior to being given a new life as a charger. As a comparitive lit major, Brenna chooses to recycle only those books that haven't......read more

Plastiki Completes Pacific Crossing

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60-foot sailboat built from plastic bottles docks in Sydney.

They made it! The Plastiki, a catamaran constructed from 12,500 recycled plastic bottles, slid past Sydney Opera House on Monday, four months after leaving San Francisco on a voyage across the Pacific. The awareness-raising mission was led by SHFT compadre and eco-adventurer David de Rothschild. Powered by solar panels and windmills, the Plastiki is held together by an organic glue made of sugar......read more

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