We know our Inhabitat readers are a creative bunch and we can't wait to see the funny and thoughtful costumes that you've cooked up, so don't forget to send in your photos to our annual
Halloween is tomorrow and we can't wait to see the incredible costumes that you've cooked up, so don't forget to participate in our annual Green Halloween costume contest! And if you have little ones (or
With one day left in the contest, Project H is in the lead to win $10,000 from Ideablob, but their lead is narrowing and THEY NEED YOUR VOTE! As we broadcasted last Monday, the product design nonprofit
Calling all architects in New York City who like concrete!
From October 1st through the 3rd, Columbia's Graduate School of Architecture is organizing a series of conferences on materials. This year the
WIN A FREE PASS TO WEST COAST GREEN!
The last weekend of September is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing - we're gearing up for West Coast Green, the nation's largest green building
This weekend some of the most stunning residences in San Francisco will be opening their doors for the sixth annual Living: Home Tours! Hosted by AIA SF as part of the Architecture and the City Festival,
We can hardly believe it is September once again, which can only mean one thing for the design calendar! That's right, The London Design Festival 2008 is set to kick off on Saturday the 13th and will run
Project H Design, the product design nonprofit founded by Inhabitat's own Emily Pilloton, is currently in the running to win $10,000 for their newly launched project: designing educational math toys for
It's time for a little green MAGIC! Next week, Inhabitat will be reporting live from the first-ever ECOLLECTION fashion show in Las Vegas. Part of the larger international MAGIC show, ECOLLECTION is the
Back in April we announced the One Good Chair Design Competition, where a $4500 challenge was set to design a chair that 'Does Good, Feels Good, Looks Good'. Designs for this competition were judged on
We're blushing a bit this week from some welcome blog world praise. Arch Daily recently compiled Yet Another Most Popular Blog Ranking (YAMoPo 2008) and, with complex calculations involving things like
Despite the typical cloudy weather, Germany has become a solar energy powerhouse fueled in part by government measures to reduce greenhouse gases and bring more renewable energy into the grid. Voluntary