Everyone’s favourite Swedish automaker, Volvo, is pushing toward an all-electric future with its first exclusively electric vehicle, the C40.
A growing industry of sustainable building materials promises to curb deforestation and sequester a significant amount of carbon in the process. Chief among them is bamboo.
The Swedish clothing brand Rave Review is all about bold, mismatched patterns and funky shapes. But it’s not just the style that makes this brand unique. Rave Review is setting the bar for sustainable high-end fashion by sourcing and recycling materials to use in its designs.
What really makes these chairs special is the recycling technique used for the upholstery fabric, which can be produced in a wide variety of colours
An often-overlooked element of the house, the garage is steeped in function without considerations of how these functions have to change with evolving cityscapes, the introduction of more electric vehicles, and the need for sustainable design.
To ensure that your yoga routine supports your health—and that of the planet—check out these alternative, eco-friendly Canadian yoga brands.
As remote becomes more and more the keyword of luxury travel, sustainable and seamless interface with the environs should continue to be paramount in design.
Devon in southwest England is not the obvious location to find a revolution underway. Yet it is here that husband-and-wife team Justin and Hannah Floyd launched their company, Solidwool, which combines wool with bio-resin to form hard and durable surfaces for chairs, tables, and even eyewear.
Nothing symbolizes next-generation, consumer-ready cars as clearly as those that run electric. BMW, which celebrates its centenary next year, is at the forefront of a movement that has these cars quickly rolling out of factories and showing up, plugged in, to a garage near you.