New on D4S Global News News Archive May, 2013
CaseStudy webinar 30th of May: Light and wellbeing published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-28 18:46:15 UTC
I thought there are only cones and rods in the eye to make us see but we also have something called a “third” class of ocular photoreceptors, photosensitive ...

CaseStudy Internet of Things. Does it increase sustainability? Possibly published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-26 13:57:09 UTC
In the coming years the Internet of Things will increasingly connect “intelligent” things, which themselves are represented by sub-systems according ...

Product Staple-less stapler published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-25 06:08:13 UTC
The EcoStapler is great example of sustainability and functionality. The pocket-size object is light weighted and can staple 3 sheets at a time without ...

Product Doing laundry with 90% less water published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-20 16:48:34 UTC
Like many breakthrough ideas, the origin of the Xeros cleaning process was borne from transferring known science in one world to an entirely different ...

CaseStudy 3D printed canal house open end of 2013 published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-17 08:53:01 UTC
DUS architects got the go-ahead for the construction of the world’s first printed Amsterdam canal house. The project will be built, layer by layer ...

CaseStudy Super greenies; eco as a lifestyle published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-16 21:17:33 UTC
While everyone seems to be on the green bandwagon in one way or another, there is a subset of the environmentally friendly who are setting the landscape ...

Material Hightech odor-control fabric made from used coffeegrounds published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-15 12:00:58 UTC
S.Cafe worked on an idea that no one has ever noticed before, that is, to use the coffee grounds odor control ability in a fabric. They started to ...

Product African weaved chairs mimics mating ostriches published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-13 08:57:36 UTC
Sebastian Heckner was inspired by the dancing of mating ostriches (Banjooli in the Wolof language) in eastern Africa when designing the Banjooli chair ...

Product Chairs designed for its life cycle published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-09 16:16:12 UTC
With colored polypropylene bodywork and recycled-steel trestles, the chairs in the Catifa 53 and 46 collections may look like any other chair but ...

CaseStudy Passive solar home design published.

by: Design 4 Sustainability, 2013-05-07 17:14:00 UTC
h1. Five Elements of Passive Solar Home Design The following five elements constitute a complete passive solar home design. Each performs a separate ...