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A Second Peek at Milan Design Week’s Brera District

A Second Peek at Milan Design Week’s Brera District

  Alessandro Zambelli's "Afillia" light series is named after a botanical term referring to that which is leafless, but not lifeless. The lacy lights are handcrafted from Swiss pine and nylon

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Johammer J1: Retro-Futuristic Electric Motorcycle Can Travel Over 125 Miles on a Charge

Johammer J1: Retro-Futuristic Electric Motorcycle Can Travel Over 125 Miles on a Charge

One of the biggest things holding back electric motorcycles is their limited driving range - but the Johammer J1 could finally put electric bikes on the map. With a 125 mile range, the Johammer J1 is a

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Tennessee Senate Passes Koch Brothers-Backed Ban on Bus Rapid Transit

Tennessee Senate Passes Koch Brothers-Backed Ban on Bus Rapid Transit

Despite the country’s recent transportation victories on bike share expansion and other mass transit investments, Tennessee seems to have taken a giant step backwards. Last week, the Tennessee Senate

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Open-Source Self-Replicating FoldaRap 3D Printer Prints Objects On the Go

Open-Source Self-Replicating FoldaRap 3D Printer Prints Objects On the Go

The FoldaRap open-source 3D printer can be folded to fit into your rucksack and prints objects on the go. French designer Emmanuel Gilloz developed the 140x140x140mm device over the course of seven months

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Mongolia’s Nomads Modernize Traditional Tent Homes with Solar Panels

Mongolia’s Nomads Modernize Traditional Tent Homes with Solar Panels

With 250 days of sunshine a year, Mongolia's potential for solar energy is vast but mostly underutilized. That's beginning to change though - a new government sponsored initiative aims to equip

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Superstudio Più’s Temporary Museum Leaves a Permanent Impression at Milan Design Week

Superstudio Più’s Temporary Museum Leaves a Permanent Impression at Milan Design Week

Created by Anek Kul Thaweesup of Labrador Factory, "Mumi" is a handmade bag made of 100 percent paper fibers. Made in Thailand, the bag is light, handy,  can carry up to 6 kg and is totally

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IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

Dan Gestoso Rivers' Boske bike is a beautiful wood cycle inspired by the design of IKEA's flat-pack kit furniture. The bike’s frame is made from curved laminated wood, and the mechanical pieces (such as

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Tiny Human-Powered Wheely’s Cafe Serves Coffee Brewed by the Sun

Tiny Human-Powered Wheely’s Cafe Serves Coffee Brewed by the Sun

Developed by the popular Nordic Society For Invention and Discovery (NCID), Wheely's bikes are 100 percent eco-friendly, CO2 neutral and carbon footprint negative. The bikes are human-powered and the

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Doctors Now Prescribe Bike Share Memberships to Patients in Boston

Doctors Now Prescribe Bike Share Memberships to Patients in Boston

The City of Boston has officially enlisted bike sharing in the fight against obesity. Under the recently launched "Prescribe-a-Bike" program, Boston Medical Center doctors can now write low-income

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Wolveridge Architects Use Almost All Recycled Timber to Build Beautiful Blairgowrie House in Australia

Wolveridge Architects Use Almost All Recycled Timber to Build Beautiful Blairgowrie House in Australia

Most of the house is encircled by patterned geometric screens, which not only reference the concrete blocks used by Knox, but also create spaces that can be used as courtyards. These screens also act as

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6 Awesome (and Unexpected) International Cities That are Great for Cyclists

6 Awesome (and Unexpected) International Cities That are Great for Cyclists

Charleston, South Carolina Besides being relatively flat and offering a temperate coastal climate, this old port city boasts a vibrant cycling scene. Downtown Charleston’s Real Estate Studio offers

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Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Jibe Design won a bike rack competition with Koi - a futuristic new rack design that will be installed at the base of a downtown high-rise in Philadelphia. Based on a Japanese textile and the lazy

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Google’s Nest Halts Sales of Protect Smoke Alarm After Discovering Flaw

Google’s Nest Halts Sales of Protect Smoke Alarm After Discovering Flaw

One of the greatest things about the Nest Protect smoke alarm is its ability to be turned off with just a wave of the hand in the event of a false alarm - but that feature could also turn out to be a

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Madrid Gets Ready to Launch its First Electric Bike Sharing Program

Madrid Gets Ready to Launch its First Electric Bike Sharing Program

Madrid is making it easier and greener to get around town with its first electric bike-share program. Dubbed BiciMad, the program mirrors similar programs in place in Barcelona, London and Paris where

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Buy a Stylish Peace Bicycle and You’ll Also Donate a Bike to A Child in Need

Buy a Stylish Peace Bicycle and You’ll Also Donate a Bike to A Child in Need

In the United States cycling is often perceived as a leisure activity for kids or a highly competitive sport, but things are much different abroad. Everyone rides bikes in cities like Copenhagen and

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Antler Handlebars Add Hipster Flair to Picnic-Ready Lumburr Bicycle

Antler Handlebars Add Hipster Flair to Picnic-Ready Lumburr Bicycle

Spring is finally here, which means fair-weather cyclists and picnickers are popping up in droves at parks across the nation. In celebration of craft and the great outdoors, Lumbürr Co combines the best

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8.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northern Coast of Chile

8.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Northern Coast of Chile

An 8.2 magnitude earthquake struck near the coast of Chile last night, triggering multiple aftershocks and a six-foot tsunami. The earthquake hit just 50 miles southwest of Cuya, Chile at 6.2 miles deep

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Fomm’s Concept One Electric Car Floats Like a Boat in Emergencies

Fomm’s Concept One Electric Car Floats Like a Boat in Emergencies

Following the devastating 2011 tsunami, Japan's Fomm designed an electric vehicle that can protect people in areas susceptible to flash floods or tsunamis. The Concept One electric car is not only the

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9 Fun Things You Can Do During Earth Hour 2014!

9 Fun Things You Can Do During Earth Hour 2014!

Candlelight dinner via Shutterstock Have a candle-lit dinner using menus from celebrity chefs Celebrate the hour with your partner, friends or family and have a candlelit dinner with your own tasty

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Stylish Leaos Carbon e-Bike Can Travel for 2.5 Hours on a Single Charge

Stylish Leaos Carbon e-Bike Can Travel for 2.5 Hours on a Single Charge

After making appearances throughout Europe, the Leaos pedal-assist electric bike is finally coming to the U.S. The futuristic bike features state-of-the art technology such as sensors and Supernova LED

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Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow

Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow

Anyone that's ever tried to ride a bicycle through the sand or snow knows how easily standard tires are bogged down, making it a near impossible feat. But a new fleet of "fatbikes", like Rungu's new

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All-Electric Horizon Trike Gives Off-Road Mobility to the Disabled

All-Electric Horizon Trike Gives Off-Road Mobility to the Disabled

Designer Jesse Lee has created an all-terrain electric tricycle that gives extreme mobility to adventurers with disabilities. The three wheeled Horizon bike can be controlled with hand or foot pedals,

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Bicycle Haüs is a Gleaming Green Mecca for Cycling Enthusiasts

Bicycle Haüs is a Gleaming Green Mecca for Cycling Enthusiasts

The recently re-located bike shop is a two-story wedge structure that uses a combination of resilient materials, solar power and strategic window placement to conserve energy. Along with the metal

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Fietsklik’s Clever ‘Click-On’ Modular Bike Rack Makes Carting Heavy Loads a Snap

Fietsklik’s Clever ‘Click-On’ Modular Bike Rack Makes Carting Heavy Loads a Snap

It's an age-old problem: You've ridden your bike to the market to pick up some fruits and veggies - but how do you balance a sack full of groceries while pedaling home? Backpacks and messenger bags work

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Camper Bike: A Pedal-Powered RV For One

Camper Bike: A Pedal-Powered RV For One

The pedal powered camper was constructed in April 2008 and is built for one. Attached to a burly tricycle frame made to haul goods, the cab-over easily sits on the back platform. Like a turtle shell this

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UPM’s Biofore Concept is a More Sustainable Car Made From Wood and Biocomposites

UPM’s Biofore Concept is a More Sustainable Car Made From Wood and Biocomposites

Tiny Bamboo Shelters in Abandoned Factories May Provide Relief to Homeless in Hong Kong UPM recently teamed up with students from the Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences to create the

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San Francisco’s Castro District to Install Rainbow Crosswalks

San Francisco’s Castro District to Install Rainbow Crosswalks

San Francisco's Castro district has long been famous for its vibrant LGBT community, its commitment to civil rights, and its fabulous festivals. Last week, a spokeswoman from the Castro/Upper Market

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The Wheel of the Future is Here and It’s Shaped Like a Cube

The Wheel of the Future is Here and It’s Shaped Like a Cube

It only took a few thousand years, but someone has finally reinvented the wheel—and it actually works better than the original. Skateboarder David Patrick’s crazy SharkWheel was discovered by chance

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Paris Gets Tough on Pollution as Friday’s Air Quality Rated Worse than Beijing’s

Paris Gets Tough on Pollution as Friday’s Air Quality Rated Worse than Beijing’s

Paris photo from Shutterstock A cloud of smog has enveloped Paris - and on Friday air pollution levels were actually worse than notoriously smoggy Beijing. The French capital is taking emergency

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INTERVIEW: We Interview Reluct’s Founder Joost Van Brug

INTERVIEW: We Interview Reluct’s Founder Joost Van Brug

Joost Van Brug was the man behind Reluct - an excellent design blog that uncovered cutting edge design from 2003-2007. Although Joost is squarely a part of the Dutch design scene and frequently wrote

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