Calling all DIY lovers! In celebration of spring, CB2 will be hosting a series of DIY Saturdays for the next three Saturdays – April 21, 28 and May 5. These fun, interactive sessions will feature local
Richard Buckminster Fuller is considered by some to be the grandfather of the American green movement - an avid inventor and professor, "Bucky" is credited as the first designer to introduce the geodesic
AND THE READERS HAVE SPOKEN!
For the last two weeks, Inhabitat readers have been weighing in and voting on their favorite green stories of 2011. From a high tech beehive designed for city dwellers to a
There's no place like home, so this holiday season help your friends and family turn their interior spaces into sustainable sanctuaries with some goods from our Gifts for the Home Holiday Guide. From a
Whether you know someone with a blossoming flower garden, or someone who has yet to cross off "planting tomatoes" on their to-do list, give them a gift that will keep things growing this holiday season
Steven Holl, sculptor of air and light and principal at Steven Holl Architects was just named the 2011 American Institute of Architects Gold Medal Winner for his innovative designs and contributions to
If you treat your pet like a child, or even your best friend, we know you'll be showering them with more than hugs and rubs this holiday season. We've found a slew of eco-friendly treats that are sure to
Przetwory Design is inviting artists, designers and crafters from around the world to participate in the 6th annual Recycles Festival at the Soho Factory Complex in Warsaw. Taking place between the 9th
We are eagerly awaiting the 2011 A Better World by Design conference coming up this weekend, Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, on the campuses of the Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University. We have covered
Six and a half years ago, as a broke architecture grad student, I launched the blog Inhabitat.com late one night from my college studio as a vehicle through which to explore my passions: green building,
Light Bit of Reading Lamp by Lucy Norman
Lucy Norman's "Light Reading" is made entirely from discarded books found at charity shops. Every page is folded in half, producing a circular arrangement which
A question we've often pondered - how green is prefab construction? Without much hard data to back it up, we only have theories to go on, hoping that it really might be more resource efficient and lead to
TODAY is the last day to enter the Bright Ideas Competition!
Registration for the Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition closes at MIDNIGHT TONIGHT Sunday, May 22nd - which makes this your last chance