Take a Sustainable Soak in This Hot Tub by Goodland
Typical hot tubs are made of nonrecyclable materials and powered by electricity. Sustainable? Not really. Goodland, a new Canadian outdoor brand founded by furniture-maker Craig Pearce is determined to change all that with its Wood-Burning Hot Tub. Made entirely of recyclable materials, including marine-grade aluminum and Western red cedar, it marks the first in a series of minimalist, ritual-building products centered around the natural world (an outdoor oven and a birdfeeder are up next). Indeed, the experience is all about connection to the earth: Gather fallen branches or chop wood to feed the fire that heats the water—just an armful warms up the tub in less than 2 hours—before settling in for a leisurely soak en plein air.
These Lucky Side Tables are Made from Sustainable Materials
Grain uses sustainable materials like cork, which sequesters carbon from the air as it grows, for its Clover series of side and coffee tables.
Pearson Lloyd Finds a New Use for Discarded Bioplastic Food Packaging
Pearson Lloyd dreams up a shapely and sustainable line of desktop accessories made entirely from discarded bioplastic food packaging.
Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti Team Up to Eliminate Fabric Waste
The Metamorphosis collection by Estudio Campana and Paola Lenti offers a form of renewal for textile scraps.
8 Conversation-Worthy Fittings and Fixtures
From colorful stained-glass tiles to sleek faucets and architectural-inspired fixtures, these kitchen and bath accents double as conversation starters.
Mix and Match These Italian-Made Washbasins and Trays
Recently unveiled by Relax Design at Cersaie, color and shape dialogue harmoniously in Vivy, a new line of washbasins available in an array of hues.
Art Deco Typography Inspires The Look of This Tile Collection
The typography of the Art Deco era inspires Asha, the first tile collection from New Jersey-based visual artist Lisa Hunt, available in six glazes.