Indoor Planter

Divinely minimal, these planters—made from a blend of recycled wood fibers and bioplastic derived from corn—come in four sizes. The pieces, designed and produced in France, take notes from traditional Japanese design, but exist within their own genre. Available with or without a drainage hole, they are ideal for all kinds of plants, from succulents to herbs and beyond.

Orange Juicer Turns Peels Into Cups

Italian design firm Carlo Ratti Associati’s “Feel the Peel” machine takes the beloved orange juicer and turns it into a model for sustainability. The oranges are still freshly squeezed, but their peels are turned into biodegradable, bioplastic cups. The massive machine stands over nine feet tall and can accommodate 1,500 oranges. Each is peeled and its rind is dried, milled, and mixed to form a …

Componibili Bio

Iconic design brand Kartell teamed up with bioplastic producer Bio-on for a “fully sustainable” iteration of their Componibili storage unit. This particular design (which has been available for 50+ years) is made from biomass constructed from agricultural waste that’s fermented by bacteria and turns into natural polyesters. It looks and feels like plastic. Available in yellow, pink, grey and green, this is the first ready-to-buy product made …