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Greenhouse by Joost - Melbourne - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
Joost Bakker’s latest project – Greenhouse by Joost in Melbourne for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Joost’s signature vertical garden cladding and herbs growing on the roof You might recall we are pretty good pals around here with the supremely clever and prolific Joost Bakker. (You may also remember the little movie we made …
REINDEER MOSS - Fun and Artful
Norwegian reindeer moss is a perfect covering at the base of plants, in dried arrangements, set around stones, and any other idea you may have. It is …
I loved making these little succulent favors and they were sooo easy! Seriously, kids could put these together! (Okay, a kid might need some help, but really, this is something anyone can do!) Here's what you'll need... -variety of succulents -small container to replant the succulents (I used 3" terra cotta pots) -pea gravel or small rocks -well draining soil First, I went to Ikea to get my succulents. They have a great variety and are sold in 4" pots for $2.99 or something, which is cheap…
Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Spring Event Inspiration
I know so many of you out there are dreaming of spring. Today's shoot is like an early glimpse of spring, with lots of pretty and eco-friendly inspiration for y
Flashkus: eco-friendly USB stick
While I’m not entirely convinced this innovation would last more than a day after being put to task in the Earth Hour Global office, I am impressed by the
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1. Recycled Glass Terrazo – Terrazo is an age old method of creating hard surfaces by combining aggregate, such as marble chips, with concrete. The resulting material is poured into place and smoothed out using grinders and polishers. Companies such as Vetrazzo, Enviroglass, and Icestone have taken this method and replaced the stone aggregate with pre and post consumer glass chips, creating eye catching surfaces.