The Buckminster Fuller Institute, a non-profit dedicated to accelerating the development and deployment of solutions which radically advance human well being and the health of our planet's ecosystems, is
With his re-election, President Obama is faced with one of the United States' biggest energy policy decisions - whether to approve or deny the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil from the Alberta
Inhabitat's Green Halloween Costume Contest received hundreds of incredibly crafted costumes - and after an intense bout of online voting we're thrilled to announce our winners! From a ghastly Two-Face
Moscow's new Mercury City skyscraper is still under construction, but it just broke 339 meters in height this September - making it the tallest building in Europe! The tower designed by Mikhail Posokhin
There's still time to enter Inhabitat's 2012 Green Halloween Costume Contest!
Did you haunt the streets in an awesome hand-crafted Halloween costume last night? While the spookiest night of the year may
The HP Ultrabook Bag Competition closes today!
The HP Ultrabook Bag Design Competition is heating up as 40 stylish high-tech laptop bags battle it out for a shot at entering the final round - and today
Heads up SF Bay Area architecture fans - we're excited to announce that AIA SF will be celebrating San Francisco's architectural heritage all September long as it kicks off the 9th annual Architecture and
Nearly 40 years after the Vietnam War, the U.S. launched a project to clean up toxic residues of Agent Orange -- one of the many herbicides used by the U.S. military during the war was proven to contain
In celebration of World Oceans Day 2012, the UNESCO World Heritage Marine Programme is giving away a free iPhone app that lets you explore 45 Marine World Heritage sites around the globe! Ocean lovers can
Wang Shu is the first Chinese architect to be awarded with the Pritzker Architecture Prize. Shu is a 48-year-old architect whose architectural practice, Amateur Architecture Studio, is based in Hangzhou.
A special announcement for San Francisco Bay Area Inhabitants: AIA SF's Marin Living: Home Tours are back! It's well-known that the hills of the North Bay are overflowing with architectural treasures --