Gallery: April’s Top 7 Most Popular Green Design Stories

 
This past April was an exciting month for green design - from the Milan Furniture Fair to Spain's amazing new Metropol Parasol to an incredibly intricate sculpture of San Francisco built from 100,000 toothpicks! if you missed out on these inspiring stories, don't fret - we've rounded up our top seven green architecture, technology, art, interiors, transportation, international and local Inhabitat stories from April. Hit the jump to check them out!

ARCHITECTURE: The World’s Largest Wooden Structure Opens in Seville

The Metropol Parasol opens to the public in Seville, Spain. Designed by Jurgen Mayer H. Architects, it is the world’s largest wooden structure.

ART: Incredible Sculpture of San Francisco Made From 100,000 Toothpicks

One talented (and incredibly patient) artist has worked on his painstakingly intricate tribute to San Francisco for the last 35 years, using 100,000 wooden toothpicks.

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