19 May '11, 1pm

Sustainability Takes Hold at Design Fair: Exploring the serious, socially responsible side of an (also playful)

Sustainability Takes Hold at Design Fair By THE NEW YORK TIMES An article in the Home section explores “sustainable” offerings at the recent International Contemporary Furniture Fair, from a chair made of fruit-crate planks lashed with cord to a music box with a potato at its center. There’s also a Q&A on toxic chemicals in recycled foam padding.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/05/19/sustainability-...

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