MonkeyGlasses' eyewear have a Nordic look and takes pride in delivering a comfortable and unique product that gives consumers opportunity to do good while looking good. By combining a biodegradable material with modern design, quality, comfort, durability, social and environmental charity projects and their Zero Waste program, they offer a unique product to modern, global consumers, who cares about the effects of their choices as consumers, and want their eyewear at affordable prices.
Atelier J-AR is a public art studio that advocates ideas relating to the "Juxta" architecture fields. The team is passionate about architecture in a wider and comprehensive context, studying ideas that are often overlooked in the built environment around people. In their research studio, they focus on the phenomenal relationships among man-made tangibles (objects & environment) and the behaviours of people who fall near to, alongside or close to them, with the goal of reconnecting people with the environment.
Cloth hangers "Trempel" are made of recycled materials. Cardboard tubes are very good for manufacturing, often this lightweight material is used as a packaging product. Trempel's main idea - is its ease of fabrication and replication of all used feedstocks. The essential idea of hanger's shaping lies in established angle of a cardboard tube cutting.
This product is ecofriendly both for the entire production cycle and beacuse it's made of Materi-Bi® so entirely compostable (in compliance with UNI EN 13432); no toxic (best food bioplastics); it's worked with the technologies of traditional plastics and it's printed with water colors. It has ludic and educational value because a puzzle stimulates psycho-social development of the child, it increases the curiosity to manipulate a sensory toy, it grows sensitivity and respect for the plant world.
The authentic romanesque paintings of Sant Climent de Taüll declared world heritage site by UNESCO are missing from the church that they belong to. The genuine frescoes currenly placed in the MNAC museum are now projected in the apse through a video mapping. The video mapping is a permanent installation inside the church that not only recreates digitally the frescoes through an animation, it also explain the pictoric process that the artist used in the XII B.C century to create the piece.
Casa Ramos Pinto, which has been combining innovation with tradition in the production of wine Ports since 1880, has surprised the market by launching this multi-functional packaging, created and produced by the Portuguese advertising agency Omdesign, for its iconic RP 10YO. This is highly innovative with two cork blocks and an outer sleeve of pressed cardboard that unites the two parts. It may be used afterwards for multiple purposes, for example as a cooler, somewhere to keep your pocket contents, pen holder, jar or even a flower vase.