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November 2017

Interview with Jaanus Orgussar

By Alize Menendez November 30, 2017 No comments

A native Estonian, Jaanus Orgusaar began in 2010 with his design project where he explores the forms of nature through creating furniture designs from sustainable production, resulting in furniture that combines simplicity and refined beauty.

Ekohunters commits to architecture

By Ekohunters Co-founders November 24, 2017 No comments

"Urbanization and development are inextricably linked and it is necessary to guarantee a way of ensuring the sustainability of growth. Urbanization has become a driving force and a source of development with the power to change and improve lives".

Sustainable Holiday Gift Guide - Kids Edition

By Alize Menendez November 22, 2017 No comments

Christmas is approaching, a season of holidays, family gathering, big meals... And of course, presents. We know that you don't want give just any present that you always have the welfare of the kids in mind. That is why we have created this sustaineble gift guide, with products that not only take care of the environment, but that will take care of the little ones. Have a look!

Interview with Pablo Saracho, from Wodibow

By Alize Menendez November 17, 2017 No comments

After a series of successes in the field of graphic design, Pablo Saracho decided to give free rein to his imagination and return, why not, to being a child. To do the things that really gave him hope and also in a committed way, manifesting his values along the way. This is how Wodibow was born, a project of entrepreneurship that combines imagination with great awareness of who we are and where we have to go. We talked to Pablo about this experience.


Interview with Alba Albelda and Ramón Goñi, from Deriva

By Alize Menendez November 10, 2017 No comments

Alba and Ramon had a dream. Why not design and manufacture products using recycled materials? Why not offer these materials the opportunity to gain a new value? They found the answer to that which they had so much dreamed about in their surroundings: the sea. Thus Deriva was born. From the use of discarded sails, they designed a line of beautifully designed objects that are already proving to be a success.