22 Times Designers Showed Us How To Respect Nature


As for creature who only have one planet to live on, it’s a common-sense that humans should always try hard to advance without destroying and hurting nature. Yet, there are always people who can’t give single care for their surroundings and nature.

These designers, architectures and creative people aren’t just geniuses – they use their gifts to make sure the earth won’t die out as soon. Eco-friendly designs aren’t always complicated and are often more satisfying than not most of the times!

Crawling red crabs might not be your kind of beautiful nature, but still, they deserve the rights to pass bridges and highways without getting run over just to start a family! Green Lemon has compiled 22 such amazingly careful and environmental-friendly designs you will definitely love.

1. Christmas Island is Australia witnesses the breeding of red crabs every year. More than 30 underpasses and bridges are constructed to let them cross safely.


2. Simple bottle holders on garbage cans so bottle collectors don’t have to go through the trash can.

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3. A functional knife that is part of a fork.


4. Singapore has a green pass for animals to cross safely.

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5. This restaurant that is built and merged with the tree.

© Figueira Rubaiyat / Tripadvisor

6. Tunnels under railroad tracks in Japan allow turtles to travel without being injured and minimize train delays.

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7. ‘Planet or Plastic?’ National Geographic magazines are wrapped in paper instead of plastic.

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8. This fire hydrant that also works as a drinking fountain for dogs.

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9. Why has nobody thought of this? Build fence over roots instead of cutting them.

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10. This water fountain encourages bringing your own water bottle why showing a reading of the number of plastic bottles saved.

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11. Another green pass called ‘ecoducts’ in the Netherlands.

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12. Instead of cutting the tree, there is an iconic roundabout in this rural area.

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13. This playground that lets kids play in nature.

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14. A squirrel bridge in Longview, Washington!

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15. Another squirrel bridge on the highway of Victoria, Australia has a camera installed and it captures pedestrians!

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16. This eco-friendly beer company manufacture cans with easy to separate label.

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17. This brick wall with a hole for the tree.

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18. Plants are placed under the taps to reduce water waste.

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19. This walkway built without damaging nature.

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20. They decided to cut only the necessary parts instead of removing the tree.

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21. Moleskin prints ruler on the back of their packaging so they can be used for more.

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22. This tree is 90-year-old and has been growing inside the restaurant. It’s not the heritage of a town.

© Kit Kat / TripAdvisor


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