27.11.2012 Views

premio europeo de diseño y medio ambiente european - Dimad

premio europeo de diseño y medio ambiente european - Dimad

premio europeo de diseño y medio ambiente european - Dimad

SHOW MORE
SHOW LESS

You also want an ePaper? Increase the reach of your titles

YUMPU automatically turns print PDFs into web optimized ePapers that Google loves.

PREMIO EUROPEO DE

DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD


EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

BEST_ED_1 (1 st Edition)

Jury and Experts’ Committee:

Chairpersons:

Rosa Arce, Scientific Director and

Manuel Estrada, DIMAD’s Chairman

Enrique Jiménez Larrea, IDAE

Alberto Corsín, EOI

Pedro Feduchi

Santiago Miranda

Carlos San José

Antonio Serrano

Elisa Sáinz, ddi

César Ruiz-Larrea, ASA

Felisa Arribas, EOI

Jan Carel Diehl (The Netherlands)

Henrique Cayatte (Portugal)

Alberto Corazón

Carmelo Di Bartolo (Italy)

Javier Díez

Javier Fernández

Manuel Lecuona

Santiago Miranda

Sophie Thomas (United Kingdom)

Ignacio Valero

Sergio Volturo

DIMAD - CENTRAL DE DISEÑO

organisation team:

Manager:

Concha Moreno

Coordination:

Giorgia Sorarù

Communication:

Paloma Castro

Press:

Valentina Volpato

BEST_ED_1 team:

Technical Coordination:

Kateleine van der Maas

Teresa Fernández

Exhibition design:

Ignacio Valero

José Miguel Celestino

Graphic Design:

David Pérez Medina

Typesetting:

Margarita Hernández Omar

Andrés José Gómez

Page setting:

Pablo Díaz

Translated by:

Paloma González

Text Editors:

Gloria Escribano

Javier Fernández

Printing:

Gráficas Muriel

Paper:

Cyclus Print,

100% post-use recycled paper,

under RAL UZ-14 Blue Angel

standards, distributed by Antalis,

and Escudo Grey recycled

cardboard, distributed by

Torraspapel.

Acknowledgements:

To the students at Escuela de Arte

4 in Madrid: Stephany Bermúdez,

Laura Fominaya, Patricia Garrido

Tapia, Carlos Guisasola Suárez,

Andrea Places Suárez and Adrián

Prieto, for their cooperation with

their proposals on the exhibition

assembly.

Organisers:

Sponsors:

The European Social Fund, with its aim of

contributing towards sustainable development,

takes into account in a crossdisciplinary

way the support given to

actions such as this, which foster respect

for environmental care. This particular

action falls within the scope of the Adaptability

and Employment Multi-regional Operational

Programme, giving momentum to

the culture of sustainability in business and

the use of the environment’s potential as a

source of creating employment.

With cooperation from:

With the support of:

PREMIO EUROPEO DE

DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD


Throughout the centuries human beings have greatly developed their capacity

to use Nature for their own benefit in order to achieve a more comfortable,

pleasant life. But at the same time their activity is becoming more and more of

a risk for nature, which so generously guarantees their survival. It is no longer

questionable that climatic change is clear proof that this risk is near.

Design is one of the exponents of humans’ transforming and creative capacities,

and it also represents a first class cultural and economic value. Creative factors

contribute to boost economic life and may play an essential role in the improvement

and protection of the environment.

But design and creative capacity may become a horse running on behalf of irresponsible

consumption and industries or, on the contrary, may be of invaluable

help to contribute towards human activities more in line with preserving life on

Earth as we have known it up to now.

From the beginnings of design as a project discipline, the concern for the effects of

industrial activities on our environment has been constant among many designers.

From Breuer’s writings in the Bauhaus in 1927 on a rational use of green materials,

or Buckminster’s Dymaxion as a paradigm for sustainable materials. To the

increasingly common concern of young architects and designers in search of new

more sustainable materials to reduce the environmental impact of their designs.

The time has come to move from good ideas to good deeds. Looking for the best

examples and practices to spread them among society, companies, universities,

institutions and the professional designers themselves. In order to turn what today

is an exceptional practice into an essential requirement to promote, request

or carry out design.

To put design at the service of people and at the service of society is one of Dimad’s

power ideas since its origins and it has also been one of the reasons for the

establishment of this European Environmental Design Award, promoted by outstanding

public figures and institutions in the fields of architecture, design, training

and the environment. An award that has been born with four basic goals:

I. To value and foster actions carried out in Europe by companies, institutions

or designers which are particularly outstanding examples of good design

from an environmental viewpoint.

II. To raise awareness among companies, public institutions, designers and society

of the importance of allocating sustainability values to their designs and

products.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

III. To make society at large and productive sectors in particular aware of the importance

of conceiving design as a welfare and wealth trigger and as carrier of

cultural values and a utility.

IV. To turn Madrid into a benchmark for sustainable design. To place the Central de

Diseño and Matadero Madrid at the centre of the design values included in the

three previous goals.

These objectives have managed to bring together such different entities as the Madrid

Designers’ Association (DIMAD), the Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving

(IDAE) of the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade, the Association Sustainability

and Architecture (ASA), the Foundation Arte y Derecho (Art and Law) and the

European Social Fund through the Business School EOI, Escuela de Negocios. All the

above institutions contribute with their means, ideas and human resources to select

and acknowledge every year the best projects that:

• Promote improvements in the field of architectural design and sustainable building.

• Introduce new products or changes in existing products, to improve our daily life.

• Foster the publishing of books and publications with innovations in their elaboration

and with environmentally-related contents.

• Develop graphic design campaigns or actions promoting environmental values.

• Lead business, institutional or private initiatives than include design and the environment

among their main elements.

All the actions are precisely covered within the five categories of this Award: Building,

Industrial Design, Graphic Design, Communication Campaigns and Initiatives.

In this first edition, 146 projects from all over Europe have taken part in the above

categories. This can be considered a reasonable success, taking into account the

number and quality of the projects registered.

This first edition, covered and organised from DIMAD by an enthusiastic group of

design practitioners who have made the Scientific Committee’s work possible, and

the Jury who have selected 4 projects as absolute First Prizes and have awarded Special

Mentions to other 7 projects.

Combining aesthetic values, innovation, usefulness and viability, environmental protection

and social values. We are convinced that the projects registered and the final

selection of winners are in themselves good exponents of the significance our society

already places on environmental concerns. The quality of the work speaks of how

Design can transmit this concern to industries, improving aspects of our everyday life

that may contribute towards a better future.

Rosa Arce

Scientific Director

Manuel Estrada

DIMAD’s Chairman

5


BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_AWARDS

Category: Sustainable Building

First Prize

“WWF Netherlands Head Office”

carried out by RAU (The Netherlands)

Special Mention

“Wikado”

carried out by 2012Architekten (The Netherlands)

Special Mention

“Spanish Pavilion for the Expo Zaragoza 2008”

carried out by Mangado y Asociados S.L. (Spain)

Category: Industrial Design

Special Mention

“W+W (Washbasin+Watercloset)”

carried out by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti for Innovation Lab Roca,

Roca Sanitarios S.A. (Spain)

Category: Publishing

First Prize

“The eco design handbook”

carried out by Alastair Fuad-Luke (United Kingdom)

Special Mention

“Écodesign, chemins vertueux”

carried out by P’Reference (Francia)

Category: Graphic Design Campaigns or Actions

First Prize

“Ecofont”

carried out by SPRANQ (The Netherlands)

Special Mention

“Reinicia” (logo and applications)

carried out by Eduardo de Fraile (Spain)

Special Mention

“WWF paper dispenser”

carried out by Saatchi&Saatchi CPH (Denmark)

Category: Business, Individual or Institutional Initiatives

First Prize

“Eco by Cosentino”

carried out by Cosentinogroup (Spain)

Special Mention

“Trashdesign”

carried out by Trashdesignmanufactory (Austria)

7


For the last few years IDAE has upheld the strategy of managing to have energy

efficiency unavoidably integrated with design as a further attribute, added to the

defining ones relating to aesthetics, functionality or the senses.

Behind every design product there lies a reflection and a need to meet. Exactly

the same lies behind efficiency, and probably the same renewed way of looking

at the world, i.e., life.

Energy is a scarce, precious resource, and wasting it goes against common sense,

intelligence, aesthetics and, I would even say, ethics. We must turn the energy

efficiency motto –i.e., get more with less- into a paradigm of our way of life,

and a question, as I said before, of common sense, intelligence and opportunity

to carry on progressing, achieve a better quality of life and build up a common

future for everybody.

Thus, the concept of ECODESIGN comes in, in all its power; i.e., the optimisation

and design of products, both regarding efficiency in energy consumption

when it refers to products requiring power to work, and life cycle.

If the concept of design is new, so is that of energy efficiency. Energy efficiency

policies and the promotion of renewable sources of energy enjoy today –both

internationally and certainly in Spain- a strategic value which was unthinkable

only three decades ago; environmental concern seemed then to affect only those

considered naïve who had started to theorise on the need to strike a balance

between economic growth, energy consumption and respect for Nature.

I would like to point out here that, in any case, it is no longer a question of

willingness or awareness. Everything related to ecological design requirements

applicable to products that use power has been laid down in Royal Decree

1369/2007, transposing in Spain the European Directive on Ecodesign (Directive

2005/32/EC), later amended by Directive 2008/28/EC.

These two directives have recently been recast into Directive 2009/125/EC [1],

establishing ecodesign requirements for energy-related products; not just those

for consumption as it was up to now. Later on, Regulation (EC) 66/2010 [2]

ensures coordination between the design of these products and their ecological

label of the European Union.

The aim is to create a single framework for the ecological design of products related

to energy that ensures efficiency and coherence, with a common approach

for the whole EU. Besides laying down the minimum requirements to market the

products, their environmental benchmarks are established regarding the most

ecological products on the market.

Under the existing Directive on ecological design, this is already feasible for

products relating to energy, which may enjoy public employment and/or tender

and tax benefits.

The current publication presents the European Environmental Design Awards,

envisaging them as a cultural value affecting the economy. In times of crisis we

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

need to build creative factors into production in order to increase productivity. All

this, directly addressing the severe environmental challenges while at the same time

maintaining our welfare standards.

The search for practical solutions that turn our life habits and our productive ways

into more efficient, environmentally-friendly patterns is a social and economic need.

And if we do find them, we must disseminate them as much as possible to serve as

models; this is the main aim of the awards.

One of the essential goals of IDEA is to carry out awareness-raising actions targeting all

sectors, thus contributing to building up a new energy culture based on sustainability.

We want to shake both the consumers’ and the manufacturers’ consciences, move

them so that energy is appropriately dealt with, giving it priority in those aspects

in which it is present in our lives, which are almost all of them. For this reason,

and because design, creativity and art are means, like no other, to shake consciences

through reflection and emotion, we are proud to take part in this initiative which

rewards ECODESIGN.

Finally, I would particularly like to stress the need to incorporate design into so-called

sustainable building. That is, the significant role architectural and space design may play in

this process of the search for new solutions to achieve sustainable, bioclimatic buildings.

At IDAE, we think it is essential to foster measures that act on energy consumption

in buildings, that help to achieve energy sustainability.

Buildings are constant energy consumers, right from the moment they are built, during

their life cycle until they are demolished, in very significant amounts, while producing

at the same time polluting emissions.

Just as a point of information, the building sector in Spain –per use and exploitation-

represents around 20% of end-user energy consumption.

This energy consumption and the environmental impact related to it can and must

be dramatically reduced, through a series of measures connected on the one hand

with urban town planning and on the other, through the articulation of a series of

strategies that contribute to considering energy as a starting point criterion when

designing projects.

If everything in project is still made following conventional views, the city of tomorrow

will still have to face the challenge of preserving quality of life and being committed

to our future. However, it is possible nowadays to plan and design introducing in

the processes and projects, concepts and criteria that allow for a more rational use of

energy and for urban environments more in line with sustainable development.

It is also possible, and I would say essential nowadays, to think that energy may

become an essential part of project design criteria and of their conditioning considerations,

gearing the dynamics of land use towards sustainability and a better use of

resources.

Enrique Jiménez Larrea

Chairman of IDAE

February 2009

[1] DIRECTIVE 2009/125/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND COUNCIL, of 21 October 2009, establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign

requirements for energy-related products. Recast of Directive 2005/32/EC and Directive 2008/28/EC, which amended and expanded its scope

to allow the Community ecodesign requirements to include energy-related products, not just those using energy.

[2] Regulation (EC) 66/2010, of 25 November 2009, on the EU ecolabel, which ensures coordination between the EU ecolabel system and the establishment

of requirements within the scope of Directive 2009/125/EC.

9


CATEGORY

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

PUBLISHING

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR

INSTITUCIONAL INITIATIVE

10

CATEGORY AND AWARD / PROJECT > PAGE

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

OUTSTANDING

WWF HEAD OFFICE NETHERLANDS

> 12

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MERIT

WIKADO

> 14

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING MERIT

SPANISH PAVILION FOR EXPO ZARAGOZA

2008

> 16

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN MERIT

W+W (WASHBASIN + WATER CLOSET)

> 18

PUBLISHING OUTSTANDING

THE ECO DESIGN HANDBOOK

> 20

PUBLISHING MERIT

ÉCODESIGN, CHEMINS VERTUEUX

(ECODESIGN, VIRTUOUS ROADS)

> 22

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

OUTSTANDING

ECOFONT PROFESSIONAL

> 00

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS MERIT

RESTART (REINICIA)

> 24

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS MERIT

WWF PAPER DISPENSER

> 26

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR

INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

OUTSTANDING

ECO BY COSENTINO ®

> 28

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR

INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

MERIT

TRASHDESIGN

> 30

PROJECT > PAGE

6 SOCIAL-RENT-HOUSES IN ZELHEM THE

NETHERLANDS

> 34

60BAG.COM

> 34

ARKA ECOPOD

> 34

ARTICULADO BOOK. OPINIONS AND

REFLECTIONS ABOUT THE DESIGN

> 35

BAKUS

> 35

BELLOCH CHAIR - 100% RECYCLED AND

RECYCLABLE

> 35

BILLBIRDHOUSE

> 36

BILLDOGHOUSE

> 36

BIOCLIMATIC COMMUNITY

> 36

BIONICTILE: DESIGN OF GLAZED

CERAMIC PRODUCTS FOR THE SELECTIVE

REDUCTION OF ENVIROMENTAL NO X

> 37

BOBHANGER (THE ECOLOGICAL HANGER)

> 37

BOLD CHAIR – BENCH

> 37

BONA DUST CARE SYSTEM

> 38

BONA THINK DO GREEN

> 38

BOOK LAMP

> 38

CAVALLUM

> 39

CC8. CLIMATE CONFERENCE. CLIMATE

CONCERT

> 39

CENTRE FOR ECOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES

“SLUNÁKOV”

> 39

PROJECT > PAGE

CENTRE FOR ENVIROMENTAL EDUCATION,

ARCHAEOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN

ZUTPHEN, THE NETHERLANDS

> 40

CINEMA BOOK

> 40

CITY GARDEN MODEL

> 40

COMBOX, THE NEW GENERATION OF

COMPOSTERS

> 41

CROSSWAY

> 41

DESIGN ACTIVISM: BEAUTIFUL

STRANGENESS FOR A SUSTAINABLE

WORLD

> 41

DESIGNERS, VISIONARIES AND OTHER

STORIES: A COLLECTION OF SUSTAIN-

ABLE DESIGN ESSAYS

> 42

DEUTSCHLAND IM HERBST. A PROJECT

BY ROTOR

> 42

DOG POO BAGS

> 42

DONATE YOUR MOBILE

> 43

DUCHI

> 43

DVELAS

> 43

ECOALF, FABRICS FOR A NEW GENERATION

> 44

ECO-BULEVAR DE VALLECAS. MADRID

> 44

ECOHOSTEL

> 44

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN: TOWARDS DESIGN

AND PRODUCTION IN HARMONY WITH

NATURE

> 45

ECONO

> 45

PROJECT > PAGE

ECOPACK’S ATTITUDE AT THE DESIGN-

PACK GALLERY

> 45

ECOPÉRGOLA MODEL TAO

> 46

ECOPROYECTA

> 46

EL-RECETARIO.NET. CONSTRUCTIVE

SOLUTIONS FROM WASTE

> 46

EMBELL SYSTEM, FIRST MOPPING KIT

USING CLEAN WATER

> 47

EMOTIONALLY DURABLE DESIGN: OB-

JECTS, EXPERIENCES AND EMPATHY

> 47

EPHEMERAL RESTAURANT CASSIA

> 47

ERGONOMIC BONA MINI EDGER

> 48

EXPOSITION XPOELDER: CLIMATE

CHANGE

> 48

F. H. I. F. F.

> 48

FAT BOB ROCKER

> 49

FUJY SOSTENIBLE HOUSE

> 49

GARDENY

> 49

GOOD FOR ENVIRONMENT! (G4E!)

> 50

GREEN BOX

> 50

GREEN SPOT “CEMEX LIMPIO”

> 50

HEADBOARD PALLET

> 51

HOM, AUTONOMOUS SOLAR STREET

LIGHT

> 51

PROJECT > PAGE

HOUSE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN SPAIN

> 51

I’M NOT JUST A BOX

> 52

IMPULSE COLLECTION

> 52

INTERNATIONAL GREEN ROOF CON-

GRESS

> 52

ARTEMATICA VITRUM BASE

> 53

ISER

> 53

KYOTO HOUSE

> 53

LAUREANA HOUSE

> 54

LUCE LAMP

> 54

MADE IN GREEN LABEL

> 54

NEOROMÁNTICO SUSTAINABLE BENCH

> 55

NEW BRIDGE OVER THE HENARES RIVER

NEXT TO THE ARABIC BRIDGE IN GUAD-

ALAJARA, SPAIN

> 55

NEW PACKAGING

> 55

OKO BUILDING

> 56

PARC DEL PINAR DE PERRUQUET

> 56

PENMAN

> 56

PNEU_FABRIC COVER TO MAKE A SEAT

OUT OF TWO OLD TIRES

> 57

POSITIVE DEVELOPMENT: FROM VICIOUS

CIRCLES TO VIRTUOUS CYCLES THROUGH

BUILT ENVIRONMENT DESIGN

> 57

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_CONTENTS

PROJECT > PAGE

POSTERS

> 57

PRET A PORTER

> 58

R4 HOUSE

> 58

RECYCLOOP

> 58

REFUNC

> 59

RELAJA (SUSTAINABLE URBAN FURNI-

TURE)

> 59

RESSENY

> 59

RICICLANTICA

> 60

SEAM CHAIR

> 60

SHELL SCENARIOS POSTERS

> 60

SOLAR COOKER

> 61

SOLIDARY ROUTE TO MAURITANIA

> 61

SOLTAG, ENERGY HOUSING

> 61

SPUD RAINCOAT

> 62

STARS

> 62

SUPERUSE THE BOOK

> 62

SUPERUSE.ORG

> 63

SUSTAINABLE BY DESIGN: EXPLORA-

TIONS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

> 63

SUSTAINABLE FASHION AND TEXTILES:

DESIGN JOURNEYS

> 63

PROJECT > PAGE

TABLE BOARD

> 64

TABLE TELEPHONE BOOTH

> 64

TAMAGO

> 64

NEWLY DESIGNED WOOD FLOORING

> 65

THE B&W HOUSE (THE BLACK & WHITE

HOUSE)

> 65

TOT HOUSE

> 65

TRÄD

> 66

TRASH?

> 66

TUEJAR ARMCHAIR

> 66

TYPO CHAIR

> 67

VILLA UH1

> 67

VITRO HOUSE

> 67

WHOLE SYSTEM DESIGN. AN INTE-

GRATED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE

ENGINEERING

> 68

X DAYS PROJECT

> 68

ZECOCHAIR

> 68

ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES, PIONEERS IN

DOMOTICS OF WATER

> 69

ZEYRON THERMO

> 69

ZICLA. INNOVATION IN RECYCLING

WASTE: NEW MATERIALS-NEW PROD-

UCTS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

> 69

11


TITLE / YEAR

WWF NETHERLANDS HEAD OFFICE / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

RAU

CLIENT

WWF, THE NETHERLANDS

COLLABORATORS

BBN, RAU (BUILDING MANAGEMENT) / ARUP, ÁMSTERDAM (INSTALLATION CONSULTANT) / ABT,

ARNHEM (STRUCTURAL CONSULTANT) / DGMR, DRACHTEN (ACOUSTICS-BUILDING PHYSICS) /

VAN ZOELEN, UTRECHT (BUILDING CONTRACTOR) / ULC, UTRECHT (MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR)

/ VERWEY, UTRECHT (ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR)

Rau transformed a former 1950’s agricultural laboratory into the first CO 2 neutral

and (almost entirely) energy autonomous office in the Netherlands. By breaking

through the rigidity of the existing structure and adding an organic blob at

the centre, the rejuvenated building got a friendly appearance that blends in with

the surrounding nature reserve.

Rau’s intervention did not only give the building a new face, but fundamentally

changed the user experience. Natural ventilation and the use of natural materials

offer a balanced and healthy indoor environment.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

OUTSTANDING

It is not often that so many qualities converge to award a first prize as is the case

now: The team of architects and their long commitment to sustainability, the

customer and his pioneering effort towards nature preservation, the commission

itself and the decision to maintain a previous building that would be recycled

into a new one with substantial reforms to achieve a balance with the environment

as is achieved here.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

12 13


TITLE / YEAR

WIKADO / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

CÉSARE PEEREN, JEROEN BERGSMA AND JOS DE KRIEGER / 2012ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

STICHTING KINDERPARADIJS DE MEIDOORN

COLLABORATORS

GEBROEDERS KRAAIJEVELD

Wikado is a design for a playground in Rotterdam made out of windmill pieces.

Five (discarded) rotor blades are used to create a maze-like space with a panna

–a type of ball game– court in the centre, placed on the existing concrete circle.

Four towers are placed around it, each with a distinctive character. Between the

towers there hangs a net which works as a climbing structure, but also prevents

balls from ending up in the neighbours’ gardens.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

MERIT

Holland is a country in which the design of urban areas for children’s games

has a long tradition linked to both social and plastic art experimentation. So

the 2012Architecten proposal to use for one of them recycled pieces from windpower

generators comes as no surprise. The outcome is both novel and stimulating.

A path that is beginning to be used and that is offered here as an example of

great formal and creative value.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

14 15


TITLE / YEAR

SPANISH PAVILION FOR EXPO ZARAGOZA 2008 / 2005-2006 (PROJECT), 2006-2008 (CONSTRUCTION)

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FRANCISCO JOSÉ MANGADO / MANGADO Y ASOCIADOS, S.L.

COLLABORATORS

JOSÉ Mª GASTALDO, RICHARD KRÁLOVI, CRISTINA CHU, HUGO MÓNICA AND CÉSAR MARTÍN

GÓMEZ (ARCHITECTURE) / NB 35, S.L. (STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING) / FUNDACIÓN CENER-CIE-

MAT (ENERGY-EFFICIENCY) / ALS LIGHTING, ARQUITECTOS CONSULTORES DE ILUMINACIÓN

(LIGHTING) / CARLOS RIVEIRO, ANTONIO IGNACIO FRAMIÑAN AND CARLOS PAZ (SITE MANAG-

ERS-CONSTRUCTORA SAN JOSÉ) (CONTRACTOR) / FERNANDO OLIVÁN AND VICENTE DE LUCAS

(QUANTITY SURVEYOR)

The desire to reproduce the space of a forest, or of a group of bamboos on a

layer of water, has formed the subconscious basis of the project. On the one

hand there is the creation of a mechanism able to generate extraordinary possibilities

from the point of view of energy logic and environmental awareness,

an essential and symbolic aspect for the Spanish Pavilion. On the other hand,

one of the most attractive spaces one may encounter is transferred to the field

of architecture.

Changing spaces, full of hints and nuances, in which concepts such as verticality

and depth play an essential role.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

MERIT

Spain’s Pavilion at the Zaragoza World Expo 2008 is one of the buildings that

has received most awards in the last few years. Nevertheless, we did not wish to

fail to highlight here how its formal values have come to the service of ideas of

sustainability and respect for the environment. An example to follow and one

that opens up paths to dispel the misconception that plastic art and environmental

creativity cannot go hand in hand along the same path.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

16 17


TITLE / YEAR

W+W (WASHBASIN + WATER CLOSET) / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ROCA INNOVATION LAB (CONCEPT) AND BURATTI + BATTISTON ARCHITECTS (DESIGN) / ROCA

SANITARIO S.A.

W+W combines functionality and water-saving benefits fusing Washbasin and

WC.

The project W+W intends to fuse both appliances.

Through the new Roca “water-reuse” technology, washbasin waste water fills

the toilet cistern, reducing water usage by up to 25% compared with the standard

toilet. An automatic cleaning system avoids bad smells and flushing bacteria

into the cistern.

W+W is the choice when sustainability and good design are top priorities.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

MERIT

An interesting product joining excellent execution quality and a smart solution

to re-use washbasin water in the toilet cistern. Roca has managed to tune in

with the increasing environmental awareness of Northern European markets

by providing a very interesting solution, which, no doubt, will influence future

conceptualisations for this type of product.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

18 19


TITLE / YEAR

THE ECO DESIGN HANDBOOK / FIRST EDITION 2002, SECOND EDITION 2004, THIRD EDITION 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ALASTAIR FUAD-LUKE / THAMES AND HUDSON, LONDON, UK (PUBLISHERS)

CLIENT

THAMES AND HUDSON, LONDON, UK (PUBLISHERS)

COLLABORATORS

MULTI-LANGUAGE EDITIONS WITH CO-PUBLISHERS: 2002 - CARTAGO, SPAIN / LOGOS, ITALY /

DUMONT, GERMANY / CHRONICLE BOOKS, USA / 2003 - RIKUYOSHA CO, JAPAN / 2004 - CHRONI-

CLE BOOKS, USA / 2010 - CHRONICLE BOOKS, USA

Three international multi-language editions of The Eco-Design Handbook

(2002, 2004 and 2009) have become a benchmark for celebrating the global

state of the art of eco-design.

Each edition has documented the leading designers, designer-makers and manufacturers

breathing a new eco-consciousness into their products, raising the

expectations of consumers for fresh aesthetics, functionality and responsibility.

Clear for all to see are the legion opportunities to design a better, more equable

world where society and nature become partners.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

PUBLISHING

OUTSTANDING

The Ecodesign Handbook stands out both for the neat design of its edition and

for its content, and is a guide of daily use objects which have been conceived

with environmental protection and user friendly criteria. It covers a list of 570

products, 125 selected materials, information on a great number of designers,

manufacturers and ecology organisations and 140 references to eco-design strategies.

Its publication has contributed to the dissemination of ecodesign among

designers and consumers and opened the road for other books and other publications,

and for the spread of opportunities linked to sustainability challenges.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_PUBLISHING

20 21


TITLE / YEAR

ÉCODESIGN, CHEMINS VERTUEUX (ECODESIGN, VIRTUOUS ROADS) / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FABRICE PELTIER AND HENRI SAPORTA / P’REFERENCE- DESIGNPACKGALLERY

The book Écodesign, Chemins Vertueux draws up a panorama of packaging’s

ecological footprint. It explores the axes of progress inherent to this issue and

offers innovative solutions in packaging ecoconception.

Conceiving packaging that pollutes less all along its life cycle, helps consumers

get rid of it in a better way and limits their environmental impact, including during

recycling, this is the new global challenge.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

PUBLISHING

MERIT

Écodesign, Chemins Vertueux is a great book, both in design and content. Its

design includes many excellent photos, and its content, related to waste and

packaging, their history, recycling, ecological impact, resources, energy, air and

water, materials, etc. is also an analysis of responsible attitudes to the environment

and packaging.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_PUBLISHING

22 23


TITLE / YEAR

ECOFONT / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GERJON ZOMER, ALEXANDER KRAAIJ AND RICK VAN DEN BOS / SPRANQ CREATIVE COMMUNI-

CATIONS / ECOFONT B.V.

How much of a letter can be removed while maintaining readability? After long

hours of research and work, the author managed to get a font that uses up to

20% less ink. To do so, extensive tests were carried out, which showed that the

best results were achieved using small circles. The type selected had to be based

on a widely used type face. Therefore the Vera Sans was chosen –a Verdana

look-a-like under GNU license– as the basis of the Ecofont.

A communication website around it was set up which offered the Ecofont

“Free to download, free to use”. Within two months after launch, the font was

downloaded over 700,000 times!

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

OUTSTANDING

Ecofont is, first of all, a robust graphic proposal. A type face that keeps its careful,

legible stroke in small bodies and large formats.

With this award to Ecofont, we are rewarding an idea’s efficiency. An idea that

shows how some simple actions may translate into significant savings in our

daily habits, a more sound use of raw materials and more rational consumption

of manufactured products.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

24 25


TITLE / YEAR

REINICIA (RESTART) / 2008-2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

EDUARDO DEL FRAILE

CLIENT

REINICIA

Reinicia is a project of electronic waste management that provides the citizen

with a collection system for useless devices. Some of these devices can later be

reused in other areas or institutions.

The plug is a symbol that unifies most electronic devices. The name “Reinicia”

provides new life to devices that looked like having a single use.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

MERIT

Reinicia has a great fundamental quality. It says everything it has to say, nothing

else. Neatly and clearly. What comes out of one end of the plug, goes into the

other, restarting the process.

Ecology and communication also means avoiding unnecessary noise.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

26 27


TITLE / YEAR

WWF PAPER DISPENSER / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

CLIFF KAGAWA HOLM AND SILAS JANSSON (ART DIRECTORS) / SAATCHI&SAATCHI CPH

CLIENT

WWF

To make people realize that saving the planet starts with them saving paper, the

authors have used standard public paper dispensers, making a simple modification

with green paper foil and the silhouette of South America.

This has allowed them to prove that the survival of the forest is directly connected

to what people consume in everyday life.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

MERIT

This Paper Dispenser has an innovative design suggesting that saving the planet

is directly connected to individual paper savings. By using a standard paper dispenser

with a slight modification, green foil and the silhouette of South America,

it manages to challenge people and transmit that the survival of the forests is

directly related to what people consume in their daily lives. This product unites

creativity and the dissemination of the concept of environmental protection.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

28 29


TITLE / YEAR

ECO BY COSENTINO ® / 2008-2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

I+D DEPARTMENT AND PRODUCT AND INNOVATION DEPARTMENT / COSENTINOGROUP

CLIENT

LOWE´S FROM USA

COLLABORATORS

COSENTINO NORTH AMERICA

Eco by Cosentino ® is a new revolutionary surfacing product. It is composed of

75% post-industrial and post-consumer recycled raw material, including glass,

mirrors, porcelain and stone scrap bound together with an eco-friendly corn-oil

based resin.

Eco by Cosentino ® offers a hard durable surface that has high stain, scratch

and scorch performance. It is non-porous and does not require sealers. Available

in ten sophisticated designer colours.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR

INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

OUTSTANDING

The philosophy behind pre- and post-production material recycling, the concept

and implementation of a type of material non-existent in Nature and as such

with innovative, far from false-natural perception aesthetics, turn this product

into an excellent example of how compatibility and industrial production should

proceed.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUCIONAL INITIATIVE

30 31


TITLE / YEAR

TRASHDESIGN / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MAGDALENA HÖLLER / TRASHDESIGNMANUFACTORY

Trashdesign unites design and social awareness. Long-term unemployed and

disabled people craft elegant and high-quality jewellery, furniture, accessories

and trophies out of washer drums, PC cases, circuit boards and so on. These

leftovers of society are the resources used to produce creative and outstanding

objects –each piece is handmade and therefore unique.

Acquiring one of these products means supporting both a social and an environmental

idea.

EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL

DESIGN AWARD

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR

INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

MERIT

Trashdesign brings together design, environment protection and social awareness.

Long-term unemployed and disabled people craft smart, high-quality

jewellery, furniture, accessories and other products with recycled materials.

The objects thus made are unique, creative, contribute to the protection of the

environment and promote social integration.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUCIONAL INITIATIVE

32 33


TITLE / YEAR

6 SOCIAL-RENT-HOUSES IN ZELHEM THE NETHERLANDS / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GROTENBREG ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

PRO WONEN CORPORATION FOR SOCIAL HOUSES

This project won the first prize in a national competition of sustainable buildings.

The houses have the following features: Extreme low-energy-use, photovoltaic-cells

on the south-side of the houses, sun-warmed-water-collectors on the

south-side, high-tech-sun-gaz-combi-boiler for room heating and warm-water,

warmth-winning out of the ventilation-air, green-house at the south-side of the

house, grass-sedum-roof to keep the rainwater, small windows at the north-side

of the house, day-light-concept and wood-frame-high-isolation.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

60BAG.COM / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

REMIGIUSZ TRUCHANOWICZ AND KATARZYNA OKINCZYC / DEVON VISUAL GROUP REMIGIUSZ

TRUCHANOWICZ

CLIENT

HSBC BANK SWITZERLAND, POLISH INSTITUTE IN SWITZERLAND AND CENTER OF MODERN

ART (WARSAW)

60Bags are biodegradable carrier bags that are manufactured using the natural

flax based non-woven fabric. The fabric is produced with flax fibre industrial

waste so as not to exploit natural resources. Once a bag is discarded it decomposes

naturally within just 60 days. This means 60Bag can be used and stored as

long as desired and then thrown away without polluting the environment.

60Bag.com is the natural answer to the environmental needs of today.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE

ARKA ECOPOD

AUTHOR / COMPANY

HAZEL SELENA / ARKA ECOPOD LTD.

Inspired by the process of regeneration and new life, the authors wanted to give

the Ecopod coffin a unique shape and make it from biodegradable materials.

By finishing it in brightly coloured papers, the Ecopod helps to move funerals

away from their more sombre tradition, towards a more inspiring celebration

of the life that has passed.

Made by hand from recycled newspapers and hand finished with paper made

from mulberry pulp, the Ecopod is available in a range of colours with screenprinted

motifs, plain white, or gold.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ARTICULADO BOOK. OPINIONS AND REFLECTIONS ABOUT DESIGN / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ANA YAGO AND JOSÉ ANTONIO JIMÉNEZ / SANSERIF CREATIUS, S.L.

CLIENT

ADCV (DESIGNERS’ ASSOCIATION FROM THE VALENCIA A. REGION)

COLLABORATORS

IMPIVA (SMALL AND MEDIUM VALENCIAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE)

A not-for-profit publication featuring opinions from leading names in international

design –Ana Yago, Karim Rashid, Milton Glaser...– and other experts

–A. Rawsthorn, J. Errea…– on the relationship between design, the environment

and the economy.

It has been conceived to transmit values like sustainable growth, recycling, low

impact production processes. Printed in one colour on ecological paper, it is a

portable book-product Coordinated by José A. Giménez, with the support of

ADCV and Impiva.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

34 35

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

BAKUS / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

TATI GUIMARÃES AND NIKOLINE ARNS / CICLUS

CLIENT

CICLUS

Bakus is a table mat designed for Ciclus, a sustainable design studio in Barcelona.

The concept was to make an object that had an interaction with the user

and pushed him into the idea of reusing his daily garbage, in this case, the wine

corks.

The result is a functional, emotive simple, elegant piece with a stainless steel

finish, which is a long-lasting material.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

BELLOCH CHAIR - 100% RECYCLED AND RECYCLABLE / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LAGRANJA / SANTA & COLE

The 100% recycled and recyclable Belloch Chair is Santa & Cole and Lagranja’s

joint bid to achieve a product committed with the environment.

The result is a contemporary and economical chair, suitable either for indoor

(with natural beech wood legs) or outdoor (with matt anodized aluminium legs)

use, manufactured with an innovative material composed by 60% of recycled

polypropylene from post-consumer agricultural plastic waste, and 40% of recycled

dust from sawmills.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN


TITLE / YEAR

BILLBIRDHOUSE / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM / BOMDESIGN

The Billbirdhouse is a birdhouse made from used billboards. Mostly boards

with typographic, artistic prints have been used. The handles for the birds to

perch on come from markets, pieces of furniture thrown onto the street or broken

umbrellas lying in the street after a windy day.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

BILLDOGHOUSE / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM / BOMDESIGN

Billdoghouse is a dog kennel made from the typical used billboards of a “For

Rent” or “For Sale” sign used in The Netherlands. The number of billboards

used depends on the size of the dog, but in most cases, just a billboard is required

for the complete kennel.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

BIOCLIMATIC COMMUNITY / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LUCÍA ARRANZ AND MIGUEL ORDÓÑEZ

CLIENT

BIOCLIMÁTICOS

The logo represents the Bioclimatic Community, a meeting place for people interested

in bioclimatic architecture and the environment.

The figure is a house because it is the base of architectural activity, the main

discipline in which the project developer, Edwin Rodriguez, works. The leaf

instead of the chimney symbolizes the renewable energies and photosynthesis,

a fundamental process for life. The colours, brown and green, are a reference

to the Earth.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

BIONICTILE: DESIGN OF GLAZED CERAMIC PRODUCTS FOR THE SELECTIVE REDUCTION OF

ENVIROMENTAL NO X / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FRANCISCO RAYA, FELIPE SIERRA AND JOSE LUÍS ROS / CERACASA, S.A.

COLLABORATORS

FMC FORET AND THE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE OF THE VALENCIA POLYTECHNIC UNI-

VERSITY

Bionictile ® is a ceramic product designed after a process of microscopic observation

of plant leaves that imitates their pattern to increase the specific surface of

the ceramic piece that is in contact with air.

This design makes the enamel photocatalyst that, along with the sun’s UV rays,

breaks down the pollution in cities in large quantities. Bionictile ® is able to break

down NO X air at a rate of 31.2 mg per m 2 per hour. Values which make this

product a continuous decontamination tool and very inexpensive.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

BOBHANGER (THE ECOLOGICAL HANGER) / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JOAN NADAL / ZECODESIGN

Bobhanger is made from recycled cardboard and needs two reused bottles to

function. The clothes hanger and PET bottles are two small objects with a large

environmental footprint. The proposed solution is to make recyclable hangers

from just one material, and recycle bottles along the way. The middle object is a

cardboard design that folds into the main structure, to which two reused water

bottles are attached. A rolled up magazine can also be stuck through the holes.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

BOLD CHAIR – BENCH / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ANA YAGO AND JOSÉ ANTONIO JIMÉNEZ / SANSERIF CREATIUS, S.L.

Chair or bench in 100% biodegradable corrugated cardboard. Functional and

unexpensive. Auxiliary processes are reduced to the production of the assembly

unit. Also reduced are costs, environmental impact and the collateral energy

consumption. Its assembly and handling are carried out exclusively in special

employment centres to reinforce values of integration and respect, not just environmental,

but also social.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

36 37

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN


TITLE / YEAR

BONA DUST CARE SYSTEM / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

BONA / BONA IBERICA

Bona DCS 70 has a long-lasting Hepa filter and a patented 2-step cyclone system.

These two features enable drastically longer running times. The totally

sealed system prevents any dust from escaping when changing the bag, guaranteeing

a dust-free process at all stages.

The new Bona DCS 70 is also easier to transport thanks to the ergonomic

handles and big wheels.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

BONA THINK DO GREEN / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

BONA / BONA IBERICA

The firm’s mission is to bring out the best in wooden floors. Bona is a familyowned

company founded in 1919. A long-term ownership has enabled them to

work with a long-term commitment to innovation based on concern and respect,

always with a sustainable outlook and taking floor, craftsman and indoor outdoor

environment in mind. Bona strives to continuously launch better products

with less environmental impact.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

BOOK LAMP / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM / BOMDESIGN

Michael Bom has always been interested in books and this inspired him to make

a lamp out of a used book. A source of inspiration was also how books are

constructed. The “architecture” of a book makes it really strong and durable.

With this in mind, he carried through his design.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

38 39

TITLE / YEAR

CAVALLUM / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

TATI GUIMARÃES / CICLUS

CLIENT

HERA HOLDING

Cavallum is a box of wine that becomes a lamp. It has been designed by Ciclus,

a sustainable design studio in Barcelona founded by Tati Guimarães.

Originally created as a corporate gift for Hera Holding, the box is made of

recycled cardboard and certified wood. Hera, a Barcelona firm that manages

waste, asked Tati for a surprising gift that had a powerful ecological message.

The unusual lamp was approved with honours and that drove its commercialization

to a wider branch of consumers.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

CC8. CLIMATE CONFERENCE. CLIMATE CONCERT / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

COMMANDO GROUP

CLIENT

HAFSLUND BY APPOINTMENT OF KITCHEN AD AGENCY

The identity is based on a typographic composition of “CC” and “8”. The system

is designed to be used in future Conferences. The symbol communicates the

circulatory system. The idea is that the symbol can be used alone or together

with the Signature “CC8 Climate Concert & Climate Conference”.

The paper used is grey recycled which, against the black and white used in the

trademark symbol, reflects an environmentally friendly stance, in addition to the

pure visual qualities and characteristics.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

CENTRE FOR ECOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES “SLUNÁKOV” / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ROMAN BRYCHTA (MGR. AKAD. ARCH.), ADAM HALÍ AND PETR LEŠEK (ING. ARCH.) AND ONDREJ

HOFMEISTER (ING.) / PROJEKTIL ARCHITEKTI S.R.O.

CLIENT

CITY OLOMOUC, NATIONAL FOUND OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC FOR ENVIRONMENT

COLLABORATORS

KATERINA HORÁKOVÁ, KATARÍNA JÄGROVÁ AND LENKA SLÍVOVÁ (ING. ARCH.) / WWW.KULTI-

VAR.CZ (GRAPHIC DESIGNERS)

Centre “Slunákov” has been designed for full yearlong operation. The heat demand

is covered using a combination of renewable energy sources –biomass and

solar energy. Ventilation and warm air heating are ensured by fresh air and by

warm air circulation ventilation with heat recovery from outgoing air. The earth

heat exchanger serves mainly to bring cooler air inside in the summer months.

Two automatic wood pellet furnaces provide the main source of heat for heating

and are a supplementary source for heating the hot water.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING


TITLE / YEAR

CENTRE FOR ENVIROMENTAL EDUCATION, ARCHAEOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN ZUTPHEN,

THE NETHERLANDS / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GROTENBREG ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

GOVERNMENT OF THE CITY OF ZUTPHEN

The Centre for Enviromental Education, Archaeology and Sustainability in

Zutphen bore the following aspects in mind: Life Cycle Assesment; renewable

resource concept; low energy-day-light-approach; industrial, prefabricated, flexible

use and disassembling-building-techniques; healthy working-conditions; accurate

selection of the right kind of wood for the right function; green roofs

against dust and to keep rainwater; low-temperature-wall and floor-heating;

central cableduct for infrastructure for electricity and data; and self-regulating

air-grid for fresh-air ventilation.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

CINEMA BOOK / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

EDUARDO DEL FRAILE

CLIENT

GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL OF MURCIA A. REGION

COLLABORATORS

JUAN JIMENEZ (DESIGN ASSISTANT) / JAVIER UROSAS (PHOTOGRAPHY)

Cinema-Book was designed with the aim of increasing people’s awareness to

take part in a humanitarian project of cultural exchange with Spanish-speaking

countries.

The book shows a photographic sequence in which, making use of a visual

metaphor, the act of distributing culture can be seen.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

CITY GARDEN MODEL / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ÁNGEL ARAGONÉS / DODECAEDRO, S.A.

CLIENT

ALCORCÓN TOWN COUNCIL

This garden model creates passages and locations with seating-containing elements

necessary to conform to an environment punctuated by a shade of vegetation.

Its visitors are graced with floral fragrances in locations that could not

naturally sustain the planting of trees.

The seats and armrests have been ergonomically designed. Its self-irrigation

system saves and reduces water consumption. It needs very limited maintenance.

The whole model, carried out with a diversity of materials, stands for low cost,

high aesthetic design, a perfect link between nature and sustainability.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

COMBOX, THE NEW GENERATION OF COMPOSTERS / 2008-2009

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

40 41

AUTHOR / COMPANY

COMPOSTADORES

Combox is a new generation of composters which are eco-designed, locally

manufactured, high-quality, adaptable, modular, compartmentable, extendable,

versatile and accessible to everyone. The Combox are unique because they allow

the incorporation of a base that makes them suitable for paved floors.

They help stop climate change and are transported efficiently and packed with

recyclable and reusable packaging.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

CROSSWAY / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MR RICHARD HAWKES / HAWKES ARCHITECTURE LTD.

CLIENT

MR & MRS HAWKES

COLLABORATORS

ECOLIBRIUM SOLUTIONS

Crossway is a sustainable home nestled quietly within the English countryside,

flooded with daylight beneath a soaring terracotta Timbrel vault handmade

from clay dug within 6 km of the site. The vault is exposed throughout the

house, soaring as though somehow defying gravity. The layout is simple, spacious

and airy. Every room has a unique joy. The sun is harnessed to provide all

energy needs.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

DESIGN ACTIVISM: BEAUTIFUL STRANGENESS FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ALASTAIR FUAD-LUKE / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

This is a comprehensive synthesis of emerging expressions of design activism

which aim to deliver positive social, environmental and ethical impacts. Its aim

is to bring to life the diverse nature of design activism by examining its history,

design approaches and methods, and providing contemporary examples.

Design Activism challenges professional, pro-am and citizen designers to contribute

to new processes of participatory engagement that enable improved social

capacity to transit to more sustainable ways of living and working.

PUBLISHING


TITLE / YEAR

DESIGNERS, VISIONARIES AND OTHER STORIES: A COLLECTION OF SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

ESSAYS / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JONATHAN CHAPMAN AND NICK GANT / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

This book unpacks the complex and crucial debates surrounding sustainable

design to deliver a compelling manifesto for change, at a time of looming ecological

crisis, mounting environmental legislation and limited progress. This is

a book about sustainable design, by the leading sustainable design thinkers, for

creative practitioners, professionals, students and academics and which provides

the reader with a rich resource of future visions, critical propositions, creative

ideas and design strategies for working towards a sustainable tomorrow, today.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

DEUTSCHLAND IM HERBST. A PROJECT BY ROTOR / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LIONEL DEVLIEGER, MAARTEN GIELEN, TRISTAN BONIVER AND MICHAËL GHYOOT / ROTOR

CLIENT

URSULA BLICKLE STIFTUNG (COMMISSIONER)

The Brussels based collective Rotor defines itself as a platform for the endorsement

of industrial waste re-use. Deutschland im Herbst was both an exhibition

(at the Ursula Blickle Stiftung in Kraichtal, Germany), and a publication.

The aim of the project was to reflect upon the very moment an industrial

waste-product comes into being. The catalogue provides text and image to such

origination processes, through a series of eleven specific study-cases.

The photograph, by Ccil Michel and François De Herdt shows the “Drooling

of white foamed polyurethane from a boots factory”.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

DOG POO BAGS / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

NINA DAUTZENBERG AND ANDREA GADESMANN / JUNGESCHACHTEL

These humorous paper bags for the stylish and practical disposal of dog poo

turn the less attractive moments in the life of a dog owner into an original happening.

The 16 recyclable paper bags mean a simple, clean and practical disposal

of dog poo. Funny prints, such as “Doggy bag”, “Don’t blame me” or “Size

matters” make the walk to the next garbage bin an easy task. The idea for dog

poo bags was born out of the authors’ passion for dogs and design.

The daily walks with Cuno, the agency’s dog, served as a source of inspiration.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

DONATE YOUR MOBILE / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

210 PUBLICIAD, FUNDACIÓN ENTRECULTURAS AND SPANISH RED CROSS / 210 PUBLICIDAD

Everything seems to be perishable in the society we live in today. Everything

quickly becomes obsolete, whether or not it is still useful”. With this in mind the

Spanish Red Cross and “Entreculturas” have launched the Donate your Mobile

campaign, a social action aimed at mobile phone users with a double purpose:

using the income generated for re-using mobiles for humanitarian and education

actions in the least favoured countries, and helping protect the environment by

collecting mobiles no longer in use.

All this by fostering their re-use and recycling.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

DUCHI / 2004

AUTHOR / COMPANY

CÉSARE PEEREN / 2012ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

DUCHI SHOESTORE

COLLABORATORS

JAN KORBES AND MARCO BROEDERS

Shoestore Duchi has been built out of surplus materials. The central element is a

shoe fitting island, made from surplus wood. Two ergonomic couches have been

made with a footrest at working height for the employees. The back of the couch

functions as a support for customers trying out new shoes, which they can do by

walking on the conveyor belt from a supermarket. The circular shelves around

the seating island give shape to the fitting area. This way the shop stays one

entity, spatially and functionally.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

DVELAS / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ENRIQUE KAHLE, ARRAITZ KOCH, BORJA FUENTES, ESPERANZA KAHLE AND CARLOS MARTÍNEZ

/ DVELAS REUSAIL PROYECT

Dvelas designs and manufactures contemporary furnishings reutilising old

used sails. The spontaneous idea of converting used sails into useful objects,

acquires a bigger complexity when it evolves into an ethical initiative based on

four fundamental strategic lines: Econversion (simple transformation processes

that insist on the material’s smooth quality), Excellence (unique products with a

precise identification of their history and origins), Responsibility (an active and

voluntary contribution to the improvement of the social, working and ecological

environments) and Promotion (of the ecology, sailing and design).

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

42 43


TITLE / YEAR

ECOALF, FABRICS FOR A NEW GENERATION / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GRUPO FUN&BASICS S.A.

COLLABORATORS

CATALAN CENTRE FOR RECYCLING, CATALAN AGENCY FOR WASTE TREATMENT, DEPARTMENT

OF ENVIRONMENT AND HOUSIN / JULIO RODRIGO, HEAD OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER-

ING DEPARTMENT

Fun&basics has managed to bring creativity and environmental commitment

together, and has created the first 100% recyclable collection. The components

of these models have been selected so that they can be recycled. The collection

can therefore be 100% recyclable using Ecoalf 1.0.

Ecoalf is an exclusive fabric made with two polyester threads that are 100%

recycled using PET plastic bottles, recyclable TPE backing, PVC free.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

ECO-BULEVAR DE VALLECAS. MADRID / 2004-2005 (FASE I), 2006-2007 (FASE II)

AUTHOR / COMPANY

BELINDA TATO, JOSE LUIS VALLEJO AND DIEGO GARCÍA-SETIÉN / ECOSISTEMA URBANO

CLIENT

MUNICIPAL URBAN LAND AND HOUSING COMPANY. MADRID CITY COUNCIL

COLLABORATORS

I. PRIETO, M. E. LACARRA, D. DELGADO, D. BENITO, J. EIZAGUIRRE, P. LUCAS, A. LOPEZ, A.

BARREDO, L. CASAS, F. PEPE AND M. MORADIELLOS / TECTUM INGENIERÍA, S.L. (STRUCTURE) /

IP INGENIERÍA (INSTALLATIONS) / I. LÓPEZ (BOTANICAL ITEMS) / C. AMORÓS AND M. GONZÁLEZ

(SURVEYORS) / GRUPO ENTORNO, S.A. (CONSTRUCTORS).

The Eco-Boulevard Of Vallecas can be defined as an operation of urban recycling:

an installation of three socially revitalizing air-trees. Placed along the

existing housing complex, it reduces and re-arranges asymmetric traffic routes

and the superficial area within the existing housing complex, thus achieving the

reconfiguration of the executed urban development.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

ECOHOSTEL / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MAARTEN VERBRUGGHE AND LISELOT CLAEYS / ECOHOSTEL ANDROMEDA

Ecohostel originates from the need for budget accommodation in a city with

growing sustainability awareness. Adaptive reuse of an old barge combined with

ecological techniques provides the guests the opportunity to travel with a lower

ecological footprint, without compromising comfort.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

ECOLOGICAL DESIGN: TOWARDS DESIGN AND PRODUCTION IN HARMONY WITH NATURE / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JOAQUÍM VIÑOLAS MARLET / EDITORIAL BLUME

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

44 45

CLIENT

EDITORIAL BLUME

COLLABORATORS

LYIDIA CARRASCO RODRÍGUEZ (GRAPHIC DESIGN)

This book seeks to explore into what is understood by ecological design from a

number of different points of view, including those of biology, history, sociology,

philosophy, technology and methodology. It is as much concerned with theoretical

aspects as it is with practical ones and hence it tries to set out information,

tools and principles which may be useful when implementing social and environmental

projects in the human-made environment.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

ECONO / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

IVÁN MARTÍN / EQUILICUÁ

COLLABORATORS

GOODFORE S.L. / MURRAY (PACKAGING DESIGN)

Econo is a small greenhouse for plants in flowerpots or vegetable gardens that

protects and optimizes the use of water. Taking advantage of the combination

of evaporation (sun heat) and condensation (afternoon cooling) it traps water

evaporating from the soil and returns it to the pot. As such, the amount of water

necessary for the survival of the plant is reduced.

Econo helps preserve a natural resource, while educating and communicating

about environmental commitment.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ECOPACK’S ATTITUDE AT THE DESIGNPACK GALLERY / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FABRICE PELTIER / P’REFERENCE-DESIGNPACKGALLERY

The Designpack Gallery is a space dedicated to the art of packaging design.

This exhibition draws up a panorama of packaging’s ecological footprint and

presents innovative solutions in ecoconception. A type of packaging that pollutes

less all along its life cycle helps consumers get rid of it in a better way. That

is the new global challenge.

Along with the exhibition, a conference was held around the same topic.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE


TITLE / YEAR

ECOPÉRGOLA MODEL TAO / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ÁNGEL ARAGONÉS / DODECAEDRO, S.A.

CLIENT

ALCORCÓN TOWN COUNCIL

This pergola creates shade and shelter and a floating vegetable garden to be used

in areas where it is impossible to plant trees. This creates a balanced equilibrium

between industrial design and a high level of natural sustainability.

The Ecopergola has capacity to cover 25 m 2 surface area per unit and is supported

by one mast. Its self-irrigation system saves and reduces water consumption

and needs limited maintenance. Made with a diversity of materials and

fabrication methods.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ECOPROYECTA / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

F33

CLIENT

ECOPROYECTA / PABLO CARBONELL ALONSO

Ecoproyecta is a sustainable architecture company and its corporate identity had

to transmit its work philosophy and foundation values. The self-promotional

element represents one of this company’s aspirations: to reduce CO 2 emissions

with its activity, a decisive factor in climate change.

This element is a cardboard mini-box, which contains a pot and oregano, mint

or basil seeds of the Laminaceae family, one of the most important Mediterranean

species –from the ethnobotanical and economic point of view. Furthermore,

the box is designed to be reused as a pencil case.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

EL-RECETARIO.NET. CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTIONS FROM WASTE / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FLOU FLOU / ASOCIACIÓN MAKEA TU VIDA

CLIENT

ASOCIACIÓN MAKEA TU VIDA

El-Recetario.Net is an online platform of knowledge exchange, which allows

the cataloguing, consultation and management of constructive recipes for the

household. El-Recetario.Net is an open code project, with free access and free

consultation.

The recipes are furniture solutions from the creative reuse of waste, with detailed

instructions for assembly with the materials and the steps for users to

build their own furniture and spaces.

PUBLISHING

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

EMBELL SYSTEM, FIRST MOPPING KIT USING CLEAN WATER / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

EMBELL EQUIPMENT / DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL EMBELL, S.L.

Embell System is specially-designed to increase cleaning quality with its unmatched

clean water supply system. Its internal design is entirely mechanical, so

it requires no maintenance and no external power source.

To use it, the tank must be filled with water so that every time the mop is

used, it is done in fresh, clean water, with no refilling requirements. The system

automatically supplies itself with clean water, making mopping more effective,

as well as avoiding the accumulation of residual filth on the floor. It reduces the

number of refills, thus reducing the amount of water, time and cleaning products

needed to mop.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

46 47

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

EMOTIONALLY DURABLE DESIGN: OBJECTS, EXPERIENCES AND EMPATHY / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JONATHAN CHAPMAN / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

Emotionally Durable Design is a call to arms for professionals, students and

academic creatives. The publication proposes the emergence of a new genre of

sustainable design that reduces consumption and waste by increasing the durability

of relationships established between users and products. In this provocative

text, Jonathan Chapman pioneers a radical design about-face to reduce the

impact of modern consumption without compromising commercial viability or

creative edge.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

EPHEMERAL RESTAURANT CASSIA / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

DIEGO AND PEDRO SERRANO / INNOVA::DESIGNERS

The sustainable project Cassia champions recycling at DecorHabitat 2008, the

decoration, art and design fair of the city of Lerida. In this edition, the Serrano

Brothers have designed a space for a café-restaurant, constructed under the

motto of sustainability.

The project consists of re-using all the discarded materials generated by the

construction of the fair itself, during the week before the opening date, so that

it becomes the raw material used for the decoration and construction of the café

and restaurant of the same fair.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE


TITLE / YEAR

ERGONOMIC BONA MINI EDGER / 2003

AUTHOR / COMPANY

BONA / BONA IBERICA

Bona Mini Edge is the handy, lightweight edger for sanding not just the edges

of rooms but also stair-steps and landings. It has a dust-free system and comes

equipped with an integrated halogen spotlight. Bona Mini Edge won the “Red

Dot Design Award” in 2004 –one of the most prestigious industrial design competitions

worldwide.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

EXHIBITION XPOELDER: CLIMATE CHANGE / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

OCEANOGRÁFICA: DIVULGACIÓN, EDUCACIÓN Y CIENCIA, S.L.

CLIENT

ELDER MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Xpoelder: Climate Change is part of a collection of itinerant exhibitions whose

motto is “the museum where you are”. Their purpose is to move science directly

to schools and stimulate the curiosity of students towards various scientific issues

and the importance of science in life.

Made by the Elder and the Publishing Company Oceanográfica, it raises

awareness, through comics characters, to climate change and encourages visitors

to find solutions to it.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

F. H. I. F. F. / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JODY BARTON

F. H. I. F. F. –“Fuckin’ Hell It’s Fuckin’ Fucked” consists of a booklet, T-shirt and

Screenprint. It is part of a personal project to examine the climate change debate

from a new position. The designer imagines what the debate may look like from

various points of view: somebody from thousands of years in the future, from

ancient Greece, from another planet, or from the position of a bacteria. Does the

humanist vision exist outside of space and time?

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

FAT BOB ROCKER / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FRANÇOIS ROYER / STANKER

Fat Bob Rocker is a rocking chair with adjustable swing, refined lines and impeccable

finishings. Creative recycling meets neo-retro design in the Stanker Collection,

one designer’s reaction to a culture of relentless consuming and waste.

French designer Francois Royer’s part-time hobby has evolved into a full-blown

expression of both the economy of re-use and the creation of functional art from

industrial debris.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

FUJY SOSTENIBLE HOUSE / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LUCA LANCINI

CLIENT

MAYTE ARIZA DE ALBERTY

Fujy House is an initiative whose objective is to show through an example

done to scale, that sustainability is possible “here and now” and that it can be

achieved on the one hand by using existing constructive and technological elements

that can be found on the Spanish market, and on the other hand by raising

awareness amongst the leading companies of the sector.

The housing has been designed in accordance with the rules of bioclimatic architecture,

using materials of low environmental impact and via the installation

of various technological systems that guarantee maximum efficiency.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

GARDENY / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FELIP PICH-AGUILERA BAURIER, TERESA BATLLE PAGÉS AND JOSÉ MARIA PUIGDEMASA

HOSPITAL / PICH AGUILERA AND ARQUITECTOS S.P.L.

CLIENT

CONSORTIUM OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL AGRO-INDUSTRY CENTRE

COLLABORATORS

A. SENDARRUBIAS, J. MILANÉS, P. CASALDALIGA, B. ROS, J. CAMPS, M. DOLCET, J. GOMEZ,

BOMA-SALA, EINESA, SOCIETAT ORGANICA, F. SOLSONA AND CIMNE-BEE-GROUP

Gardeny is an architectural proposal which consists of rehabilitating three “H

buildings” (military quarters of Lerida city) and reconverting them into big containers

of multiple usage, for industrial research and the agro-food university.

The buildings are going to be formalized into a single building through modular

umbrageous greenhouses originating directly from the innovative agricultural

world, thus generating a thermal space that, together with other bioclimatic

strategies, allow for the use of the existing natural resources in an efficient way.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

48 49


TITLE / YEAR

GOOD FOR ENVIRONMENT! (G4E!) / 2004

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MAITE CANTÓN, VICTOR ARCE, SANTIAGO RISCO, JENNA WATSON, MARIANO SANZ AND IVÁN

MARTÍN / GOODFORE, S.L.

The ecodesign platform Good For Environment! (G4E!) is a business project

that seeks to contribute to sustainable development in its three dimensions: social,

economic and environmental. It provides the necessary values and solutions,

mediating in the process of conception and production and acting as a link

between the principal actors in society.

G4E! looks to provide sustainable criteria and solutions starting from the early

stages of conceptualization, when it is possible to efficiently reduce the impact

of a product or service.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

GREEN BOX / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LUIS DE GARRIDO

CLIENT

ANAVIF - ANAS (SPANISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE)

Green Box is the first modular building prefabricated, reusable, transportable,

bioclimatic, with an infinite life cycle, with zero energy consumption, and without

waste generation.

Luis de Garrido was inspired by natural and emergent shapes in land, sea and

sky and discovered that triangles are the most natural shapes in Nature. These

triangles enable one of the aims of Green Box ’s design to be reached: to give the

home a landscaped roof that can be passed by as if it were continuing the land.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

GREEN SPOT “CEMEX LIMPIO” / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

RAÚL RODRÍGUEZ DE TORRES, JUAN ANTONIO ALONSO GARCÍA AND SORIANO PLATAS /

CEMEX, S.A. AND SP ARQUITECTURA E INGENIERIA, S.L.

CLIENT

CEMEX, S.A.

Cemexlimpio by concrete company Cemex is a green spot. Its vocation for flexibility

creates a system through modular elements linked where standard waste

containers are placed. Each “L” shaped module is leaned upon the previous one

allowing for different lengths and flexible lay-outs. A slight disorder is kept to

remind people of what waste looks like. The colours are the current waste codes,

to be easily recognized and help the critical moment, just when waste is split up.

It is made with a recycled material: return waste concrete.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

HEADBOARD PALLET / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

PABLO MACÍAS AND BELÉN SÁNCHEZ / CUATRO TUERCAS

A sustainable design would be a design that not only doesn’t generate any but

also diminishes existing waste. A design that, at a glance, shows its intention and

invites people to change their habits. An excellent sustainable design would be

one in which the only energy that is consumed is the creative type. The Headboard

Pallet points to that direction.

Its aim is sustainability and functionality, without giving up aesthetic values.

The pallet adapts perfectly to its new function only by changing its context.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

HOM, AUTONOMOUS SOLAR STREET LIGHT / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ALESSANDRO CAVIASCA / STUDIO ITINERANTE ARQUITECTURA, S.L.

Hom, Autonomous Solar Street Light is modern, functional and full performing

all in one. A LED programmable system allows huge autonomy and high

efficiency, does not generate heat or need maintenance, and lights all night even

in winter months. Its stand alone system makes it unnecessary to dig trenches

to connect it and makes it possible to light isolated areas. It has a useful life of

50,000 hours (LED system).

Hom esthetical, technical and specific energy aspects make it an element with

high performance and low environmental impact.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

HOUSE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN SPAIN / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

TONI SOLANAS / TONI SOLANAS’ ARCHIQUECTURE STUDIO

CLIENT

EDITORIAL GUSTAVO GILI

The quality of Spanish architecture is valued throughout the world. However,

the degree of sustainability of the buildings is still poor. This is why it is worth

getting acquainted with some examples by those who are starting their way towards

managing building resources which are friendlier with the environment:

bioclimatic buildings, changes or improvements in the industry, ecological constructions

and restoration among others.

This publication is a reference for sustainable architecture in which thirty-two

architects express their concerns and show us forty buildings where solutions

that will soon be widely used are applied.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

50 51

PUBLISHING


TITLE / YEAR

I’M NOT JUST A BOX / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GUILLEM FERRAN

CLIENT

CAMPER

COLLABORATORS

FASCINATION PROJECT, CAMPER

The author’s proposal is that costumers may re-use the Camper cardboard shoebox.

By using a belt with it, the box can turn into a rucksack to be used for a

certain period of time.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

IMPULSE COLLECTION / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHIEL VAN DER KLEY / UNSEEN PRODUCTS

CLIENT

UNSEEN PRODUCTS

In 2007 the author won a prize with the design of paper lights at a contest

organised by a group of paper producing companies from Nepal. While getting

the prototypes ready, he researched into the possibility of making 3 dimensional,

organically curved shapes with paper. After a lot of experiments and tests, using

very thin layers of the local paper (lokta paper) and a special kind of glue made

it possible.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

INTERNATIONAL GREEN ROOF CONGRESS / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

WOLFGANG ANSEL / IGRA - INTERNATIONAL GREEN ROOF ASSOCIATION

Under the banner of “Bringing Nature Back to Town”, almost 300 green roof

professionals from around the world got together for 3 intensive days of experience

transfer. Participants from 40 countries and 5 continents substantiated very

clearly that rooftop greening has become a “global player” in the field of sustainable

building concepts. Sustainable urban development places high demand

on the technical, ecological and aesthetic quality of construction.

The goal is to build in harmony with nature and, thanks to green roof architecture,

to create attractive living spaces and habitats.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

ARTEMATICA VITRUM BASE / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GABRIELE CENTAZZO / VALCUCINE

A perfect synthesis of sense of beauty, high quality and technology, all Artematica

Vitrum Base arrangements have unique features that are the result of

extremely innovative techniques, such as dematerialisation. This construction

method makes the door extremely resistant to humidity, heat and impact as well

as making it lighter, with consequent longer hinge life and more silent closing

movements.

All these features result in less consumption of materials and energy and thus

in an eco-compatible approach to production.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ISER / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

DAVID RODRIGUEZ / ISER

Based in Valencia, Spain, Iser (Renewable Energy Systems And Integration) is

a company specialised in developing studies on energy efficiency, engineering,

promotion, planning, development and construction of projects for solar, wind,

geothermal and biomass energy. Iser has implemented more than 100 installations

all over Spain, including ground-breaking projects ranging from natural

parks to international collaborations focused on implementing systems such as

solar air-conditioning or spatial solar technology for terrestrial applications.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

KYOTO HOUSE / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FELIPE PICH-AGUILERA AND TERESA BATLLE / PICH AGUILERA, ARQUITECTOS S.P.L. AND PMP, S.L.

CLIENT

PMP, S.L. PROMOCIONES

Kyoto House is a single-family house made of concrete, based on sustainability

criteria. Thanks to a rational and repeatable scheme, this project aims to introduce

all the aspects to which sustainable architecture must answer: good passive

behaviour (bioclimatic design), integrating intermediate spaces and constructive

systems that help reduce energy and resource demand; building-integrated renewable

energy systems and finally, materials and construction proposals that

take recycling, reutilization and the environment into account.

The building structure has been commercially designed jointly by the company

Prefabricados Pujol and Promotions Montse Pujol (PMP SL).

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

52 53


TITLE / YEAR

LAUREANA HOUSE / 2003-2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

AURELIO CALDERÓN AND ANA MARÍA GONZÁLEZ / LAUREANA ARQUITECTURA SOSTENIBLE

This single family home is set within a vault, which unites the structure, enclosure,

insulation and roof in this element. Bioclimatic design and the use of bioconstruction

materials and constructive solutions, passive natural ventilation

systems and clean energies converge in this construction. The water used in the

home is cycled through a natural purifier. This building’s design is a reflection of

the landscape, allowing true integration into its surroundings.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

LUCE LAMP / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM / BOMDESIGN

The Luce Lamp is made from a used book Mikael Bom found in secondhand

shops. It is multifunctional as it can be used as a wall sconce as well as a table

lamp.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

MADE IN GREEN LABEL / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

AITEX (TECNOLOGICAL TEXTILY INSTITUTE)

The “Made in Green” label has three fundamental concepts: Health (the textiles

article contains no substances that are harmful to health), respect for the environment

(the article has been manufactured in production centres with an externally

audited and certified environmental management standard), and respect

for workers’ human rights according to the ILO in the production centres where

the article is manufactured.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

NEOROMÁNTICO SUSTAINABLE BENCH / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MIGUEL MILÁ / SANTA & COLE

The Neoromántico Sostenible Bench is the result of a revision of the classical

NeoRomántico bench, an icon in design in the European public space, designed

by Miguel Milá in 1995. Composed of a structure with a recycled polypropylene

injection arm with 30% long fibreglass and PVC extrusion slats blended with

50% recycled plant fibres, the Neoromántico Sostenible Bench is created as an

urban element committed to the environment and attentive to the new technologies

and trends of the public space.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

NEW BRIDGE OVER THE HENARES RIVER NEXT TO THE ARABIC BRIDGE IN GUADALAJARA,

SPAIN / 2002-2003 (PROJECT), 2006-2008 (WORK)

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MAITE AGUADO ROCA AND XAVIER CARRASCAL FRÍAS / CMKM ARQUITECTURA

CLIENT

GUADALAJARA CITY COUNCIL

COLLABORATORS

ESTEYCO

The main objective of this new bridge was to split the Arabic Bridge into two in

order to support the increasing traffic between the two river banks. The Arabic

Bridge is a building dated from the 10 th Century and declared Historic Heritage.

The objective of the project editor team is to take the split of the Arabic Bridge

as a reciprocal dialogue relationship between the two bridges. The result is

understood as a performance that unites the historical presence of the Arabic

Bridge, the new infrastructure and the environment.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

NEW PACKAGING / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JOAN RIPOLLES ARRUFAT / NEW PACKAGING, S.A

CLIENT

NEW PACKAGING, S.A

This packaging is manufactured under the Cradle to Cradle philosophy: recycled

and recyclable products for life. Eco-design is applied to the whole process:

decoration, transport system, re-use, recycling, in order to achieve eco-efficiency

in the process and in the products.

The result is packaging with high technical properties and also adapted to the

clients’ needs. It has both the advantages of plastic and the price and operative

characteristics of compact cardboard.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

54 55


TITLE / YEAR

OKO BUILDING / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JAVIER SEGARRA SANCHIS / BIOTECTURA, S.L.

COLLABORATORS

PATRICIA VILAR AND VERÓNICA VEGA (INTERIOR DESIGN) / SETSOLAR ECOENERGIAS, S.L.

(SOLAR PANNELS) / SISTEM CUBIERTAS IBERICA, S.L. (FSC WOOD BOARDS)

The building incorporates the first deck of Spain with great lights and great

height made from FSC plywood and photovoltaic solar panels with a power of

210 KW. It is self-financing up to 88%, with the production and sale of photovoltaic

electricity. Through a combination of biomass, geothermal, solar thermal

and LED lighting, the building achieves 77% maintenance savings over a conventional

building of the same characteristics. The building is the headquarters

of the network of sustainable entrepreneur “Oko” and houses the centre for

innovation and development for bio-sustainable buildings.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

PARC DEL PINAR DE PERRUQUET / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GERARD VECIANA & ELISABET FAURA ARCHITECTS / ARTEKS ARQUITECTURA

CLIENT

VILA-SECA TOWN COUNCIL AND GENERALITAT DE CATALUNYA PTOP ( DIRECTORATE OF

ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE)

COLLABORATORS

AMATRIA INGENIERIA, JAVIER PENALBA, URSSA FIBERLINE AND MYJ GRUAS

In Mediterranean peri-urban littoral, the pollution of maritime aerosol affects the

survival and the growth of pines and other plants. In this situation, creating an extension

forest like the existing one is not viable. The coastal pine groves of “piñonero”

(pine-nut) pine have both great landscape and ecological value, and are habitats

worth preserving for their broader public interest. Since it is not possible to replant

a pine grove as the existing one, the proposal here is to generate an artificial shade

by means of a pergola that is reminiscent of the semidarkness of the pine grove.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

PENMAN / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM AND ANTOINET DEURLOO / BOMDESIGN

The Penman is a penholder made from a used vinyl record. It is moulded by the

four hands of the designers and Each piece has a unique shape.

It is a very stable object and can hold a considerable amount of pencils and other

stationary items.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

PNEU_FABRIC COVER TO MAKE A SEAT OUT OF TWO OLD TIRES / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GABRIELA CHANG VALDOVINOS / DAY DREAMING, S.L..

The end of a product life may become the beginning of a new one. Discarded

tyres become a new object when they are given a new use.

Pneu is a fabric circumference with a cord inserted in its brim, to allow for

a tyre inside. It creates a tense and hammock-like surface to sit on, in a simple

wrap and tighten system. By piling up two tyres, a comfortable height for a seat

is achieved. It is also a simple way to solve basic furniture needs in urban and

rural areas. Its interior can be used as storage space.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

POSITIVE DEVELOPMENT: FROM VICIOUS CIRCLES TO VIRTUOUS CYCLES THROUGH BUILT EN-

VIRONMENT DESIGN / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JANIS BIRKELAND / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

In this book Janis Birkeland presents the innovative new paradigm in which

the built environment provides greater life quality, health, amenity and safety

for all, without sacrificing resources or money. With a different form of design,

development itself can become a “sustainability solution”. A cornerstone of this

new paradigm is the ecoretrofitting of the vast urban fabric we already inhabit.

The author presents a revolutionary new tool called SmartMode to achieve this

end.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

56 57

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

POSTERS / 2006-2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ELZBIETA CHOJNA

The posters here presented are made of cut-out pieces of paper. The work is

ecological as the materials used are utilized very economically. Cut pieces of

paper which remain after making a poster are stored and used in further works.

The pieces that are too small to use are recycled.

Ecology should be like nature, full of forms and colours. This is the reason why

loud colours are chosen for the ecoposters. The topics the author is most interested

in, in relation to natural environment are concerned with the problems of

animals –both domestic and wild– and the uneven fight between man and the

animal world.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS


TITLE / YEAR

PRET A PORTER / 2002

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ROCA CERÁMICA TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT / ROCA CERAMICA

The tile range Roca’s Pret a Porter porcelain is an innovative and sustainable

system whose most notable feature is that it can be laid 100% dry and instantly,

without the need for cement or pointing.

This highly versatile system, exclusive to Roca, is very clean, generates no

waste or rubble at all and allows for complete removal for subsequent reuse.

Moreover, the pieces are easy to replace and can be used from the moment of

laying.

Roca places itself in the forefront of the permanent search for solutions that

combine quality, design and sustainable development.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

R4 HOUSE / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LUIS DE GARRIDO

CLIENT

ANAVIF - ANAS (SPANISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE)

R4House are the two sprucest transportable and bioclimatic houses in the world

to be built entirely from recycled, reused and recuperated materials, with zero

net energy consumption and no waste generation during construction or deconstruction.

They have an infinite life cycle and strictly comply with all recognised

sustainable indicators.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

RECYCLOOP / 2007-2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JAN JONGERT AND JEROEN BERGSMA / 2012ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

FESTIVAL A/D WERF, HANS VENHUIZEN, HET BLAUWE HUIS AND CBK DORDRECHT

COLLABORATORS

PIETER SCHEER, JOHN BOSMA, DIRK OVERDUIN AND LOUISA VERMOERE

The Recycloop temporarily unites two waste flows, sinks and water, in a shiny

structure. Sinks from demolished buildings are the walls of multifunctional

space. The sinks can appear in different shapes and are easy to mount and dismount

due to a skilful fastening system. When the sun shines Recycloop reflects

light like a disco ball. On the inside, the sun shines through the holes, but when

it rains the sinks give shelter. Rainwater is collected through the gray water

circuit.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

58 59

TITLE / YEAR

REFUNC / 2003

AUTHOR / COMPANY

DENIS OUDENDIJK AND JAN KORBES / REFUNC.NL

COLLABORATORS

MANTAS LESAUSKAS, ISIS HOOS, THIJS MASTHOF, KAY KLOP, BART GROENEWEGEN, JOB

SALTZHER, DIRK OVERDUIN, JOEP DE GROOT, THOMAS TRUM, TJEU DONDERS AND BORIS

DUIJNEVELD

Garbage architecture provides a second life for found or thrown-away objects

and operates on the borders of architecture, art and design, creating new products

from old materials. Origin for designs is found in the object itself, by listening

to its own composition, history, or local and social context. The authors do

not start from a design, they need a problem to play with, 3D troubleshooting,

and creative improvisation with whatever is locally available.

Waste materials lead the way to often unpredictable results. Wherever there is

garbage, this work team can do research and workshops on creative recycling.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

RELAJA (SUSTAINABLE URBAN FURNITURE) / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JON MARÍN AND ÁLEX JIMÉNEZ / NUTCREATIVES

The project concept “Relaja” was developed in the Canary Islands to improve

the local situation. The waste treatment of stone slabs from a construction company

was the starting point. This waste was recovered through the design of

a modular outdoor bench due to the local demand for non-imported public

furniture. Furthermore, the simple production of Relaja might support the integration

of people at risk of social exclusion, giving a solution to a diagnosed

problem in the Local Agenda 21. Thus, this product is a transposable example

of how design can help the local economy, ecology and society.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

RESSENY / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JON MARÍN

Resseny (www.resseny.blogspot.com) is an online platform from which to spread

good practices whereby design in its widest sense has an important role for the

promotion of sustainable values. Regularly updated, the author of Resseny reviews

from a refreshing and rigorous perspective many different examples of

products, services, systems or strategies related to design and its environment.

The website was born three years ago with the aim of being an informational

and educational tool, a channel for communication and popularization of design

for sustainability.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE


TITLE / YEAR

RICICLANTICA / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GABRIELE CENTAZZO / VALCUCINE

Valcucine’s research has created a method to give the door surface a feeling of

organic deformation. Riciclantica, the first door in the world to be 2 mm thick,

is distinguished by new shapes and volumes inspired by nature. It almost looks

as if life is pulsating within the material of which the front is made. The use

of special materials such as carbon, aluminium, steel, layered laminate and the

novelty of glass (2008) also contributes to making the Riciclantica door unique

in the furniture sector.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

SEAM CHAIR / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

CHRIS KABEL

COLLABORATORS

DROOGDESIGN AND LANKHORST PURE COMPOSITES

This chair has been developed with the help of the Aerospace Material Research

Department of the Technical University Delft and Lankhorst Indutech, the developer

of the Pure material. Pure is a 100% polypropylene (PP). A bag is sewed

in the shape of a chair and filled with sand so that it gets its shape. After around

an hour baking on 130°C (this is less than an apple pie!!!) the fibres are impregnated

and fixed together. A hole lets the sand come out and what is left is an

ultra light piece of furniture that does not need resin and glass or carbon fibres

to create superlight (using little material) and super strong constructions that are

100% recyclable.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

SHELL SCENARIOS POSTERS / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

PETER GRUNDY

CLIENT

SHELL INTERNATIONAL LTD.

COLLABORATORS

SHELL SCENARIOS TEAM

Peter Grundy has designed three generations of publications with three respective

MDs. Scenarios are tools that help people understand how the future may

affect the present. As part of Shell Energy Scenarios 2008, the author has designed

two presentations (posters).

Poster 1 shows a set of visual tools called anchors used in Power Point shows

to highlight the main energy topics.

Poster 2 depicts the various global components of the message.

GRAPHIC DESIGN CAMPAIGNS

TITLE / YEAR

SOLAR COOKER / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

DR. DIETER SEIFERT AND MANOLO VILCHEZ / ALSOL TECNOLOGÍAS SOLARES S.L.

Domestic solar cooker of pre-cut aluminium plates (structure) and high reflection

flexible aluminium mirrors for the parabolic concentrator. In flat box with

all materials and visual guide, it’s easy to set up. The materials are of very high

durability, ensuring a future of high value recycling. It cooks all kind of dishes

without consuming fossil energy resources. Boils 1 litre of water in 8 minutes!

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

SOLIDARY ROUTE TO MAURITANIA / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

EDUARDO DEL FRAILE

CLIENT

NGO AMAMI AND GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL OF MURCIA REGION

COLLABORATORS

JUAN JIMENEZ AND ANTONIO MARQUEZ (DESIGN ASSISTANT) / EDUARDO DEL FRAILE (COLOR

PHOTOGRAPHY) / GABRIEL PASAMONTES (BLACK&WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY) / ANA LEAL (TEX)

This book came about from a solidarity expedition to Mauritania, arranged to

reuse medical material from different hospitals.

The creative proposal was to portray the current situation of Mauritania in

parallel to the expedition itself. The result was a book to raise awareness and

serve as a documentary reference for the purpose of the route, which later on

would be used to raise economic funds for the NGO Amami, located in one of

the poorest areas of Nouakchott, capital city of Mauritania.

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

60 61

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

SOLTAG, ENERGY HOUSING / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

NIELSEN & RUBOW A/S, CENERGIA APS, KUBEN BYFORNYELSE DENMARK A/S AND VELUX A/S

(DENMARK) / RUBOW ARCHITECTS

CLIENT

EU “DEMOHOUSE”

Soltag Enery Housing is a system for houses which produces energy and healthy

indoor living conditions without “polluting” its surroundings thanks to the installation

of solar thermal collectors in its roof, which allows the house to be

self-sufficient in terms of energy.

It also uses high performance insulation materials, efficient ventilation systems

and solar heating systems.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING


TITLE / YEAR

SPUD RAINCOAT / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MAITE CANTÓN AND MARIANO SANZ / EQUILICUÁ

COLLABORATORS

GOODFORE S.L.

This raincoat is made entirely using bioplastic derived from potato starch and

other natural resources, resulting in a 100% biodegradable and compostable

product. This implies that at the end of its life cycle it returns entirely to the biosphere,

transformed into organic matter and thus, closing the loop. To reinforce

this concept, every raincoat contains a small clay ball with seeds in it. As such,

the users know that they have to plant the raincoat when it becomes useless.

This way it won’t only return to a natural cycle, but will also help to cultivate

the seeds inside.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

STARS / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

STUDIO VOLLAERSZWART

CLIENT

CITY OF ROTTERDAM

Stars is a light sculpture by studio Vollaerszwart. It sparkles on the Rotterdam

skyline. In the city the stars are barely ever visible. Stars is an artificial starry sky,

visible every night. The Delftse Poort, the Nationale Nederlanden offices building,

has been dressed with thousands of LED-lights, across a total length of 150

metres. These lights have been placed on the building’s facade at random, thus

creating a natural pattern.

This monumental light sculpture functions completely without electricity. The

durable LED-lights use solar cells to charge themselves during the day, and remain

lit for eight hours during the night. They blink at four different frequencies.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

SUPERUSE THE BOOK / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JAN JONGERT AND CÉSARE PEEREN / 2012ARCHITECTEN

CLIENT

010 PUBLISHERS

COLLABORATORS

ED VAN HINTE

Superuse is a practical and inspiring book about constructing new buildings

with surplus materials. It presents ideas for tools and methods for architects such

as the harvest map. The book is illustrated with 15 clearly and concisely presented

examples from 2012Architecten in the Netherlands and elsewhere. It also

considers the subject from the ecological and methodological points of view.

Superuse.org is the accompanying online community about reuse and design.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

SUPERUSE.ORG / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JAN JONGERT, CÉSARE PEEREN AND JEROEN BERGSMA / 2012ARCHITECTEN

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

62 63

COLLABORATORS

SUITE 75

Superuse.org is an online community of designers, architects and anyone interested

in inventive ways of recycling. The site allows anybody to post items of

various scales within a variety of reuse categories. All examples of products,

furniture, interiors, buildings and reuse on a urban scale are welcome. As well as

exhibiting applications, the website promotes the development of knowledge on

the subject by promoting discussion, user interaction and comment.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

SUSTAINABLE BY DESIGN: EXPLORATIONS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

STUART WALKER / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD. / JAMES & JAMES SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHERS

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

To advance the subject of design one has to engage in the activity of designing.

This book offers an innovative, design-centred approach that explores both

the meaning and practice of sustainable design. The author explores the design

process in the context of sustainability, and challenges conventional ways of

defining, designing and producing functional objects. He discusses the personal

design process, tacit knowledge, ephemeral design, experimental design, and the

relationship between intellectual design criteria, physical expression and aesthetic

experience.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

SUSTAINABLE FASHION AND TEXTILES: DESIGN JOURNEYS / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

KATE FLETCHER / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

This book brings together for the first time information about lifecycle sustainability

impacts of fashion and textiles, practical alternatives, design concepts

and social innovation. It challenges existing ideas about the scope and potential

of sustainability issues in fashion and textiles, and sets out a more pluralistic,

engaging and forward-looking picture, drawing on ideas of systems thinking,

human needs, local products, slow fashion and participatory design, as well as

knowledge of materials.

PUBLISHING


TITLE / YEAR

TABLE BOARD / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

SONIA SIMON MATEO / U_ MÖBEL

COLLABORATORS

MARKUS LASSAN / IGNACIO BISBAL (PHOTOGRAPHER)

The project Table Board derives out of the interest in using and recycling timber.

Knots, cracks, stains, defects of wood that make them not usable, represent the

main objective of the project.

Traditional methods of craftsmanship are used when carving each piece to apply

the finishes. The methods and techniques used such as gilding, engraving or

tempera over gilding, intend to recover the tradition of Arts and Crafts.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

TABLE TELEPHONE BOOTH / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

GÜNTHER SPATZ / RE-INDESIGN

In 1976 new telephone booths made of Aluminium started to be installed in

Austria, been out in the weather in cities and urban areas for about 30 years.

The designer recovers this first-class material from the scrap to develop new

products, thus connecting the now and then. At present the old telephone booths

have reincarnated into tables, available with drawers, in various heights and

colours.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

TAMAGO / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

INDRA MERCA AND JANIS MERCS / MERCIDESIGN

CLIENT

MERCIDESIGN

Tamago invites to give the “first steps forward with letters and numbers”. With

this multi-function, 100% recycled, children’s piece of furniture, the little ones

can shape their environment, building up literacy and numeracy through creative

play.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

NEWLY DESIGNED WOOD FLOORING / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FERNANDO SUBIRATS / DURA TARIMAS FLOTANTES, S.L.

In Dura warehouse, pre-cut wood sheets which have not passed the quality parameters

are stacked. After assessing the material and mixing the different layers,

the edge shows a new product: balanced and symmetrical boards for wood

flooring. The 100 pallets stored and rejected can now produce over 25,000 m 2

of wood flooring of various models.

The wood so far kept in factories, may finally have a new use.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

THE B&W HOUSE (THE BLACK & WHITE HOUSE) / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JOSEP ADELL - TEAM SPAIN / POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF MADRID

COLLABORATORS

AIA ARQUITECTURA S.XXI

The Black & White House (55 m 2 ) is a prototype clad with photovoltaic modules

to maximise the energy capture surface area.

A key concept for this housing is its portability and easy assembly anywhere.

On the other hand, the self-orientating solar roof captures the maximum energy

offered by the Sun, providing 10.3% extra energy compared with a static south

facing roof.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

TOT HOUSE / 2007

AUTHOR / COMPANY

FERNANDO OÍZA, MICHEL ARAUZO AND ENRIQUE KAHLE / KAHLE OÍZA ARAUZO ARQUITECTURA, S.L.

CLIENT

IBÓN LABORDE AND BELÉN AYALA

COLLABORATORS

MARÍA AMEZCUA (FINANCIAL CONTROL AND EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION DEPARTMENT) /

DANIEL LARRALDE (PROJECT DEVELOPMENT) / FS ESTRUCTURAS, JORGE GARCÍA (INSTALA-

TIONS) / CONTRUCCIONES EGARFE (CONTRACTORS)

Tot House originated in the design of economical housing for a middle class

family in the Cintruenigo’s urban periphery, a small town in inland Spain with

one of the major indexes of sun hours per year. Despite it being a usual standard

concerning type, plan and dimensions, the authors tried to avoid common clichés

by considering the different functional, typological and technological possibilities

currently on offer based on sustainable construction criteria.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

64 65


TITLE / YEAR

TRÄD / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

VICENTE PORRES AND JOSUÉ GAMONAL / NOVIEMBRE ESTUDIO

Träd is not only a storage system, Träd is a shelter, a personal space where the

children can carry out their fantasies and games. A place that allows them to

feel safe, to learn and to imagine. That enchanted wood where one can dream of

heroes and princesses...and live a thousand and one adventures.

The tree as an icon of wisdom, shelter and playground. Symbol of life and

growth. Approach to an increasingly absent nature, as a comeback to traditional

games towards imagination development, with no artifices, as a basis for the

growth of the child’s personal world.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

TRASH? / 2006

AUTHOR / COMPANY

VICENTE PORRES AND JOSUÉ GAMONAL / NOVIEMBRE ESTUDIO

How much trash do humans throw away every day? Is trash really all we throw

away? What if we could extend the life cycle of the objects we use in our dairy

life? With Trash? the authors want people to think about the life of the objects,

telling them that this cycle could be longer in a society that generates more and

more garbage everyday.

Trash? is a garbage bag that can be used as a puff. It can be used indoors or

outdoors, just fill it up with garbage and enjoy the seat.

Buy, enjoy, throw away and buy again seems to be all that modern society

does. With Trash? one buys, enjoys, enjoys again and, to end the cycle, recycles

the bag.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

TUEJAR ARMCHAIR / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MARIO PEDRET / ESTUDIO VERDEMALAQUITA

The Tuejar armchair is constructed from salvaged wood pallets and it has been

designed ergonomically to achieve maximum comfort and practicality.

It is made by carpenters in a semi-industrial process, assembled individually.

Furthermore, the imperfect form of the wood pallets gives the chair a unique

finish and adds character. It is a new product that does not exploit natural resources,

more specifically finite wood resources, providing functionality while

being environmentally responsible.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

66 67

TITLE / YEAR

TYPO CHAIR / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

MICHAEL BOM / BOMDESIGN

The abstract typographic Typo Chair is made from re-used billboards of Finnish

Birch multiplex. It is impressive through its graphic presence and is well formed

and comfortable. The Typo Chair is a real eye catcher for any space. Because

each board is printed differently each chair has a unique typographic design.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

VILLA UH1 / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

RB ARKITEKTUR

CLIENT

UNIKA HEM SKANDINAVIEN

Villa Uh1 grows out of the surrounding slope and interacts with the landscape

eliminating the border between building and landscape. The idea was to minimize

the impact of the construction while at the same time creating a new typology.

While designing the house the authors decided to create a patio so that

questions of privacy and full access to the evening sun would easily be solved.

The sedum roof drains rain water and provides good thermal insulation to the

house which uses geothermal heating.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING

TITLE / YEAR

VITRO HOUSE / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

LUIS DE GARRIDO

CLIENT

ANAVIF - ANAS (SPANISH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE)

The main objective of Vitrohouse is to demonstrate that real sustainable architecture

should be made only by means of dry-assembled components. This will

optimize the best use of resources, reduce waste to the maximum (or remove

it completely), and decrease, also to the maximum, the energy consumed in its

construction. At the same time, buildings may considerably extend their life

cycle, since their components can be easily disassembled, repaired and reused

as many times as one likes. In fact, Vitrohouse has an infinite life cycle.

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING


TITLE / YEAR

WHOLE SYSTEM DESIGN. AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

PETER STASINOPOULOS, MICHAEL H. SMITH, KARLSON “CHARLIE” HARGROVES AND CHERYL

DESHA / EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

CLIENT

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

COLLABORATORS

THE NATURAL EDGE PROJECT, THE WORLD FEDERATION OF ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS,

UNESCO AND THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT

Whole System Design provides a clear design methodology, supported by

worked examples that demonstrate how advances in energy, materials and water

productivity can be achieved through applying an integrated approach to

sustainable engineering.

PUBLISHING

TITLE / YEAR

X DAYS PROJECT / 2008

AUTHOR / COMPANY

OSCAR LHERMITTE

The concept of this project is to turn free daily newspapers into a sustainable

product, designed by the consumer. The proposal is to make one’s own piece of

furniture by collecting day by day these free papers. The “334” bench and “89”

stool are made of 3 parallel bars of metal and many newspapers folded and

stacked next to each other.

The challenge of this series is to recycle a product, but also to design furniture

without using any screw, glue, soldering, etc. Making this furniture costs around

5 pounds, and some spare time.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ZECOCHAIR / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

JOAN NADAL / ZECODESIGN

The Zeco Chair is routed out of one sheet of 1x1 metres Medite Ecologique

(MDF panel with Zero added Formalde). The excess wood is its own packaging

and the chair can be easily assembled by the consumer using a mallet. No glues,

screws, or fixings are needed.

When an order is placed it is manufactured to order, obviating the need for a

big warehouse, extra transportation or excessive packaging. This system allows

a wide range of sizes with a variety of finishes.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES, PIONEERS IN DOMOTICS OF WATER / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES

Zeyron Technologies provides the solution for the control and management of

water and energy resources in buildings. Environmentally aware and specialized

in electronic engineering applied to energy efficiency, the authors have developed

two innovative technologies for controlling the water in flow-rate, temperature

and consumption. This is an example of how design and technology can join

together for maximum comfort, energy saving and health control because of

controlled cleansing against legionella.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

TITLE / YEAR

ZEYRON THERMO / 2009

AUTHOR / COMPANY

ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES AND PUIGFALCÓ / ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES

Zeyron Thermo is laying the foundations for the bathroom of the future by

replacing the thermostatic tap.

The full-colour, 3.5”, touch-sensitive screen is intuitively interactive.

Its technology guarantees perfect, immediate, precise, continuous control of all

water variables: flow-rate, temperature and consumption. It also enables adjustment

of another 2 variables, i.e., lighting or ambiance. The product coherently

combines Image, comfort, safety and energy efficiency.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

TITLE / YEAR

ZICLA. INNOVATION IN RECYCLING WASTE: NEW MATERIALS-NEW PRODUCTS FOR SUSTAINABLE

BUILDING / 2005

AUTHOR / COMPANY

VERÓNICA KUCHINOW AND ALFREDO BALMACEDA / ZICLA

Zicla is a company specialized in recycled products and in waste valorisation

where innovation and commercial viability are the basis of all their activity.

Zicla’s project consists of transforming what one throws into new products

technically and economically viable with an important environmental added

value. Their proposals try to make quality products out of waste, with new

processes where the differential fact in using waste materials makes attractive

products with a very high environmental message.

BUSINESS, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTIONAL INITIATIVE

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE

68 69


2012ARCHITECTEN

www.2012Architecten.nl

THE NETHERLANDS

210 PUBLICIDAD

www.210publicidad.com

SPAIN

AITEX

www.madeingreen.com/ imico@aitex.es

SPAIN

ALASTAIR FUAD LUKE

www.fuad-luke.com / info@fuad-luke.com

UNITED KINGDOM (UK)

ALSOL TECNOLOGÍAS SOLARES S.L.

www.alsol.es / info@alsol.es

SPAIN

ARKA ECOPOD

www.ecopod.co.uk / info@ecopod.co.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

ARQUITECTURA PICH AGUILERA

www.picharchitects.com / info@picharchitects.com

SPAIN

ARTEKS ARQUITECTURA

www.arteksarquitectura.com

ANDORRA

ASOCIACIÓN MAKEA TU VIDA

www.flouflou.es

SPAIN

BOMDESIGN

www.bomdesign.nl

THE NETHERLANDS

BONA IBERICA

www.bona.com / bonaiberica@bona.com

SUECIA

CEMEX, S.A. / SP ARQUITECTURA E INGENIERIA, S.L.

raul@rodriguezdetorres.es / jaalonso@sparquitectura.com

SPAIN

CERACASA S.A.

www.ceracasa.com / marketing@ceracasa.com

SPAIN

CHRIS KABEL

www.chriskabel.com

THE NETHERLANDS

CICLUS

www.ciclus.com

SPAIN

CMKM ARQUITECTURA

www.cmkmarquitectura.com

SPAIN

COMMANDO GROUP

www.commandogroup.com

NORWAY

COMPOSTADORES

www.compostadores.com

SPAIN

COSENTINOGROUP

www.cosentinogroup.net / info@cosentinogroup.net

SPAIN

CUATRO TUERCAS

www.cuatrotuercas.com

SPAIN

DESARROLLO INDUSTRIAL EMBELL S.L

www.sistemaembell.com

SPAIN

DEVON VISUAL GROUP REMIGIUSZ TRUCHANOWICZ

www.60bag.com / contact@60bag.com

POLAND

DODECAEDRO S.A.

www.dodecaedro.net

SPAIN

DVELAS REUSAIL PROYECT

www.dvelas.com / dvelas@dvelas.com /

arraitzkoch@dvelas.com / enriquekahle@dvelas.com

SPAIN

EARTHSCAN PUBLICATIONS LTD.

www.earthscan.co.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

ECOFONT B.V. / SPRANQ CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS

www.ecofont.com

THE NETHERLANDS

ECOHOSTEL ANDROMEDA

andromeda@ecohostel.be

BELGIUM

ECOSISTEMA URBANO

www.ecosistemaurbano.com

SPAIN

EDUARDO DEL FRAILE

www.eduardodelfraile.com

SPAIN

ELZBIETA CHOJNA

www.chojna.net / e@chojna.net

POLAND

ESTUDIO DE ARQUITECTURA TONI SOLANAS

tonisol@coac.net

SPAIN

ESTUDIO DIV504

www.duratarimas.com / fernandosubirats@yahoo.es

SPAIN

ESTUDIO VERDEMALAQUITA

www.verdemalaquita.es / mario@verdemalaquita.es

SPAIN

F33

www.f33.es

SPAIN

GABRIELE E OSCAR BURATTI / INNOVATION LAB ROCA

www.burattibattiston.it

SPAIN / ITALY

GOODFORE

www.goodfore.com / www.equilicua.com /

www.holamurray.com

SPAIN

GROTENBREG.ARCHITECTEN

grotenbreg.architect@kpnplanet.nl

THE NETHERLANDS

GRUPO FUN&BASICS S.A.

www.ecoalf.com

SPAIN

GUILLEM FERRAN

buenas@guillemferran.com

SPAIN

HAWKES ARCHITECTURE LTD.

www.hawkesarchitecture.co.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

IGRA - INTERNATIONAL GREEN ROOF ASSOCIATION

www.igra-world.com

GERMANY

INNOVA::DESIGNERS

www.innovadesigners.com

SPAIN

ISER

www.iser.es / d.rodriguez@iser.es

SPAIN

JAVIER SEGARRA SANCHIS / BIOTECTURA, S.L.

www.oko.es

SPAIN

JOAQUÍM VIÑOLAS MARLET

solar_design@hotmail.com

SPAIN

JODY BARTON

www.jodybarton.co.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

JUNGESCHACHTEL

www.jungeschachtel.de / www.poopoobags.com

GERMANY

KAHLE OÍZA ARAUZO ARQUITECTURA

www.koarquitectura.com / estudio@koarquitectura.com

SPAIN

LAUREANA ARQUITECTURA

www.laureana.es

SPAIN

LUCA LANCINI

www.lucalancini.com

SPAIN

LUCÍA ARRANZ AND MIGUEL ORDÓÑEZ

luciarranz@gmail.com / estudio@miguelordonez.es

SPAIN

LUIS DE GARRIDO

www.luisdegarrido.com / degarrido@ono.com

SPAIN

MANGADO Y ASOCIADOS, S.l.

www.fmangado.com

SPAIN

BEST_ED_1_EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AWARD_PREMIO EUROPEO DE DISEÑO Y MEDIO AMBIENTE_DIRECTORY

70 71

MERCIDESIGN

www.tamago.lv

LATVIA

NEW PACKAGING, S.A

www.newpackaging.net

SPAIN

NOVIEMBRE ESTUDIO

www.noviembreestudio.com / www.pinkelephant.es

SPAIN

NUTCREATIVES

www.nutcreatives.com / www.resseny.blogspot.com /

jon@nutcreatives.com

SPAIN

OCEANOGRÁFICA

www.oceanografica.com ·

SPAIN

OSCAR LHERMITTE

www.oscarlhermitte.com

FRANCE/ENGLAND

P’REFERENCE

www.designpackgallery.fr / www.p-reference.fr

FRANCE

PETER GRUNDY

www.grundini.com

UNITED KINGDOM

PNEU

www.daydreaming.es

SPAIN

PROJEKTIL ARCHITEKTI

www.projektil.cz

CZECH REPUBLIC

RAU

www.rau.eu

THE NETHERLANDS

RB ARKITEKTUR

www.rbarkitektur.se / info@rbarkitektur.se

SWEDEN

REFUNC

www.refunc.nl

THE NETHERLANDS

REINDESIGN

www.spatz-reindesign.at

AUSTRIA

ROCA CERAMICA

www.pretaporter.roca.com / www.rocatile.com/

info.tiles@rocatile.com/ pret.a.porter@roca.net

SPAIN

ROTOR

www.rotordb.org

BELGIUM

RUBOW ARCHITECTS

www.rubowarkitekter.dk

DENMARK

SAATCHI&SAATCHI CPH

www.saatchi.dk

DENMARK

SANSERIF CREATIUS SL

www.sanserif.es

SPAIN

SANTA & COLE

www.santacole.com / info@santacole.com

SPAIN

STANKER

www.stanker.fr / stanker.design@free.fr

FRANCE

STUART WALKER

www.earthscan.co.uk / s.walker@lancaster.ac.uk

UNITED KINGDOM

STUDIO ITINERANTE ARQUITECTURA, SL

www.siarq.net / info@siarq.net.

Spain

STUDIO MICHIEL VAN DER KLEY / UNSEEN PRODUCTS

www.michielvanderkley.nl

THE NETHERLANDS

STUDIO VOLLAERSZWART

www.vollaerszwart.com

THE NETHERLANDS

TRASHDESIGNMANUFACTORY

www.trashdesign.at

AUSTRIA

U_ MÖBEL

u_lab@yahoo.com

SPAIN

UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID

www.solardecathlon.es / josep.adell@upm.es

SPAIN

VALCUCINE

www.valcucine.it

ITALY

ZECODESIGN

www.zecodesign.com / zecodesign@gmail.com

ANDORRA

ZEYRON TECHNOLOGIES

www.zeyron.com / www.puigfalco.com

SPAIN

ZICLA

www.zicla.com

SPAIN

Hooray! Your file is uploaded and ready to be published.

Saved successfully!

Ooh no, something went wrong!