Sapore dei Mobili: Designers Serve up Bite-Sized Furniture Cakes During Milan Design Week

April 23, 2012 by  
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REC Architects Build a Grass & Glass Modern Building in Mexico

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Kenji Huang Designs a Wooden Toolkit to Help Children Connect with Nature

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Flooded with cheap plastic toys and electronic games, the world of children’s toys is in need of stronger, basic designs . Created by  Kenji Huang , a half- Japanese , half-Taiwanese designer Ima-jen Exploration Tools is a set of wooden products to explore the wonders of nature in a creative curious way. Long-lasting and made from sustainable wood, Huang’s bold design help children connect with to nature. + Kenji Huang Photos © Kenji Huang Via GBlog   Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: exploring nature , Gardening , green products , Inhabitots , Kenji Huang , rough design , sustainable wood , toolkit , wooden toys

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