Ever thought how fun it would be if it would be possible to convert the energy of your movement in electricity?

Source:SDC

SustainThis in TEDxEdges

TEDxEdges was a great source of inspiration to get creative and make our dreams come true! It was a pleasure for Sustain This to cooperate with this organization, supporting them with the sourcing of eco-gifts, creating an appealing design tag for recyclable materials/waste separation and raising  the awareness of the audience that is possible to adopt a more sustainable mode of urban mobility, even being a lazy environmentalist. 


With the support of Nissan Leaf, all the participants could have the experience of driving an electric car. We loved it!  And you?

Why Infographics Matter?

Source: Column Five Media  

Source: A collaboration between GOOD and Lamosca

Source: A collaboration between GOOD and Lamosca

Lego Greenhouse by Sebastian Bergne

Exhibiting in North Piazza, Covent Garden, from 15th to 25th September 2011
LEGO commissioned the award-winning designer, Sebastian Bergne, to create a public installation using the iconic bricks, as part of the London Design Festival 2011. Entitled the “LEGO Greenhouse”, this large-scale installation will be on display in the North Piazza, Covent Garden, a world-renowned cultural district, from 15th to 25th September 2011.

Since its first interlocking brick was launched in 1949, LEGO has become more popular than any other toy in history. LEGO, by its very nature, is all about design and creativity, stimulating imaginations and inspiring the builders of tomorrow. The interlocking principle with its tubes makes it unique and offers unlimited building possibilities. With about 3,900 different elements in the LEGO range, plus 58 different LEGO colours, all LEGO elements are fully compatible and six eight-studded LEGO bricks can be combined in 915 million different ways.

Choosing Covent Garden as the location for this installation was no accident as the area has previously hosted some of the most exciting cultural content in London. From partnerships with Tate Modern and Somerset House to exhibitions from the likes of Sam Taylor Wood and Banksy, the area is firmly on the design trail and has a long history with the London Design Festival.

Source: Deezen
Designer:  Sebastian Bergne

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- Identification and support in the sourcing of most suitable eco-solutions and stakeholder engagement;
- Eco-graphic design services;
- Sustainability reporting in events (based on infographics and international recognized technical guidelines)

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