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Brief Published: 23 Jun 2011

Green Way of Living


Inspired by peoples’ behaviour towards the environment, Central Saint Martins’ MA Industrial Design graduate Shuai Gong’s final year project features a range of tools designed to suit people’s increasing interest in a green way of life.

Green Way of Living includes a medley of prototypes made from everyday objects and recyclable materials, such as thermal plastic and artificial rubber. Designed with parts of identifiable household items, the prototypes encourage people to cultivate and keep plants, recycle their beauty products, and cut down on daily waste. 

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