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Erez Nevi Pana designs banana-plant “cocoons” for humans to shelter from climate change

Vegan designer Erez Nevi Pana uses home-grown materials to create cocoon-like shelters for people living in an imaginary tropical version of Milan, which has an unfamiliar climate due to global warming.



a close up of a flower garden: Erez Nevi Pana designs human


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The shelters have each been made from vegan and sustainable materials, and feature in a film made by the designer. Both elements make up an installation by Nevi Pana called Tropical Milan.

The installation imagines a future city that has been transformed into a jungle-like climate due to rising temperatures and sees its inhabitants take refuge in woven bags and hammocks made from banana fibres.



a teddy bear sitting on top of a bed: Top video: a clip of Nevi Pana's film. Above: Nevi Pana has designed three "cocoons" from banana plants


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Top video: a clip of Nevi Pana’s film. Above: Nevi Pana has designed three “cocoons” from banana plants

After creating a series of vegan furniture items for a show during Milan Design Week 2018, the designer wanted to go a step

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