The highly anticipated CrownCruiser E-Bike has recently made its global debut and is already attracting attention from all around the world. With a complementing combination of both trendy and retro styling, the E-Bike features ultra sleek space age curves, that not only make the bike look amazing, but literally and figuratively breaks the bike mould… No other bike on the market looks quite like the CrownCrusier! To add it’s stunning appearance, the E-Bike also comes packed with a range of powerful performance features and smart technologies that will make each and every ride an exceptional and unforgettable experience.
The Aussie Furniture faves, Koala, have just taken sustainable products to a whole new level, with the launch of Australia’s first ever sofa made from cork trees. This is the perfect couch for both wine lovers and animal lovers alike! The launch of the all new cork lounge will pave the way for leather alternatives, as Aussies look to more sustainable homeware options.
Each year up to eight million metric tons of plastic is dumped into the oceans, equalling to about 17.6 billion pounds. If humanity does not take action in protecting and cleaning our oceans by the year 2050, ocean plastic will outweigh all of the ocean’s fish. A couple from Sydney, however, are giving everyday people the opportunity to make a difference with an everyday item to build a better environment for our future generations. The family run plumbing company, FlusheD ECO, offers a potential blockage preventative initiative that can both save their customer’s money and help to clean our oceans.
Back in 2012, Nomad, began as a kickstarter project by Noah Dentzel & Brian Hahn who met in Santa Barbara, California. The two set out with a vision to create a minimalist iPhone cable that would seamlessly integrate into one’s everyday carry. The project that once began in Noah’s grandmother’s basement, has now flourished into a successful and sustainable business, that is taking the world by storm with their great range of products and their ever so important mission.
After the seriously increasing effects and major consequences of climate change, we are now experiencing more than ever extreme heat waves, droughts and damaging bushfires. Much like the devastating bushfire season we experienced here in Australia, last summer, that destroyed homes, local businesses, vegetation, National Parks and wildlife. This has therefore encouraged a need for a greener, cleaner and a more sustainable, organic environment going forward, and adapting to a ‘Circular Economy’.
Australia is a country lucky enough to have some of the world’s most creative and innovative designers. The annual Good Design Awards give Australian designers and creators the opportunity to showcase their very own original ideas and projects. This year in 2020, a new record of, 835 projects, were submitted to the Good Design Awards this year, with 322 innovative projects qualifiing for the Good Design Award Winner accolade.
A recent study, ‘The New Brand Loyalty’, has shown that todays consumers are more concerned than ever before about the role that brands play in the world. From brands becoming socially and environmentally conscious, to brands making a commitment toward something of substance. We are in the midst of a consumer revolution and the people are now wanting and leaning towards brands that factor in and focus on the bigger picture. One brand in particular that is excelling in this league is the brand, ‘Burt’s Bees’.
IKEA Australia has just released the launch of their new IKEA home solar offer, SOLSTRÅLE, in collaboration with Solargain, who has over 20 years of experience in developing tailored solar offerings for Australian consumers.
Lonely Planet has just released two of its latest kids books this month, that cover everything from ancient civilisations, to the future of our planet with the books, ‘Build Your Own History Museum’ and ‘The Plastic Problem’.