Have Designs On the Olympics? See TreeHugger's Exclusive Coverage


TreeHugger Bonnie is covering the Olympic design scene in London; the green, the quirky, the fun.

the london bus that roaredBonnie Alter/CC BY 2.0

This double decker bus lets out a roar of support for Czech athletes.
The Double Decker Bus That Roared

wonderful pavilionsBonnie Alter/CC BY 2.0

Everyone else is getting into the Olympic spirit, why not some architecture students and prof's?
Pop-Up Architecture on the Cheap--Just for the Olympics

winning british athletesoatsy40/CC BY 2.0

The British are going all out to celebrate their winning Olympic athletes with golden mailboxes.
Winning British Athletes Get Gold Mailboxes and Their Own Stamps

public transportBonnie Alter/CC BY 2.0

Despite the Olympic hysteria about the subway system, everything is moving well so far.
Public Transport at the Olympics is Smooth Running--So Far

remote controlledDaniel Langer/CC BY 2.0

It's a remote-controlled mini Mini, just the thing to pick up the javelins from the kitchen, oops, stadium floor.
A Remote-Controlled Mini Mini Picks Up the Javelins at the Olympic Stadium

british designer thomas theatherwickDaniel Langer/CC BY 2.0

Which is more exciting--seeing the Cauldron, or the stadium? It's a toss-up.
The Olympic Cauldron In Its New Home at the Olympic Stadium

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