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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

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New Work Station Made With Recycled Pallets Cost Less Than €30 to Build

New Work Station Made With Recycled Pallets Cost Less Than €30 to Build

Two different professionals with different needs needed a new working station. But they had to share the same 18.5 square meter space and they had a very limited budget. They knew the solution

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Fantasized: Belgian Designer Creates Livable Products Out of Discarded Fans

Fantasized: Belgian Designer Creates Livable Products Out of Discarded Fans

Belgian designer Sep Verboom partnered with social environmentalist Hon. Nida Cabrera to innovate the waste management in Cebu City. Old fans are purchased in Philippine junkshops and combined

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Rama Llama – the World’s First Genuinely Sustainable Sleeping Bag!

Rama Llama – the World’s First Genuinely Sustainable Sleeping Bag!

Deneb Outdoors has created a high performance sleeping bag made from Llama wool. Yes, Llama! Because of the Llama fibers' hollow construction, it acts like a straw pulling any water away from

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Paul Borrero’s Stylish New UNA Chair is Made From 100% Recycled Cardboard

Paul Borrero’s Stylish New UNA Chair is Made From 100% Recycled Cardboard

Award-winning Industrial and Graphic Designer Paul Borrero designed UNA, an innovative new chair made from recycled cardboard. Borrero has been creating, testing, and refining the chair for

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Fisher & Paykel and Cuipo Launch Rainforest Preservation Initiative

Fisher & Paykel and Cuipo Launch Rainforest Preservation Initiative

Every second, over 43,000 square feet of rainforest are destroyed - that's the equivalent of 4,000 football fields of rainforest decimated every hour. When these forests are cut down, the

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6 Things You Need for a Serious Chef’s Kitchen

6 Things You Need for a Serious Chef’s Kitchen

In recent years, TV cooking shows and food blogs have inspired a nouveau generation of cutting edge chefs. But we're not talking about the Giadas and Alton Browns of the cooking world —

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INFOGRAPHIC: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Need to Improve

INFOGRAPHIC: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Need to Improve

America once had one of the greatest infrastructure networks in the world - however today our cracked streets and failing bridges stand as testament to the lack of investment and the need for

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MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp's West Coast Ghosts are a series of tables and furnishings characterized by a large block of reclaimed timber set atop an ephemeral base. The pieces draw a direct metaphorical analogy

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Infographic: Energy Efficiency and Why it Matters

Infographic: Energy Efficiency and Why it Matters

As the COP 19 Climate Change Conference takes place in Warsaw, in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, the need for decisive climate policy is at an all-time high. Philips is calling for renewed

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Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito's "Connected" art exhibit consists of sculptures and drawings comprised of intricately drawn on, stitched, and smashed together debris. Her eclectic pieces make metaphorical

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INFOGRAPHIC: The State of the US Power Sector and the Growth of Renewable Energy

INFOGRAPHIC: The State of the US Power Sector and the Growth of Renewable Energy

The US power sector is facing a crossroads - an aging demographic and a decreasing number of graduates are shrinking the workforce dramatically. A set of proposed solutions have been made

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Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Led by the creative direction of recognized pet furniture designer Corey Drew, Architect Pets creates innovative pet products that are simply irresistible to any design conscience home and pet

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After Trillium: Solar-Powered Flower Sculpture Opens and Closes With the Sun

After Trillium: Solar-Powered Flower Sculpture Opens and Closes With the Sun

After Trillium is a solar powered robotic sculpture by artist Anthony Castronovo that is inspired by Iowa's native Trillium flower. The sculpture is made of cast aluminum and kiln-formed glass

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Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Why isn't computing more like gardening? The Cybernetic Meadow Collection is a series of handmade objects that seek to reorient our relationship to technology at home. People have accepted WIFI

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Stargazers’ Travel Guide Shows the Best Places to See the Stars Around the World

Stargazers’ Travel Guide Shows the Best Places to See the Stars Around the World

Today many people live in towns and cities where light pollution blots out the night sky, making it hard to see the stars. NeoMam Infographic Studios recently created a new infographic for

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Infographic: How Poaching is Threatening to Wipe Out Lions, Elephants,and Rhinos in Africa

Infographic: How Poaching is Threatening to Wipe Out Lions, Elephants,and Rhinos in Africa

In 2013 the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources conducted a survey on 70,294 species of animals around the world - and they found that over 30% of them fall

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‘Beads’ Art Installation Made From Recycled Plastic Bags Pops Up in Israel

‘Beads’ Art Installation Made From Recycled Plastic Bags Pops Up in Israel

'Beads' is a community art installation made of used plastic bags that is located in a shopping center in Zichron Ya'akov, Israel. For a period of 2 months Noa Mer and Tali Buchler held an open

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In-Tenta’s Elegant ONA OLED Lamp Provides Flexible Storage for Books and Magazines

In-Tenta’s Elegant ONA OLED Lamp Provides Flexible Storage for Books and Magazines

In-Tenta recently unveiled ONA - a new OLED light that fits between a portable light and a table/floor lamp. The design draws inspiration from organic shapes found in nature, and its simple form

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Artist Sayaka Ganz Unveils Underwater Ecosystem Made From Recycled Beach Plastic

Artist Sayaka Ganz Unveils Underwater Ecosystem Made From Recycled Beach Plastic

We've featured Sayaka Ganz' incredible sculptures made from recycled materials in the past, and the artist just completed an amazing new installation at the Port Canaveral Welcome Center in Port

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Fletcher Studio Unveils Terraced Garden With Biopool in Zurich, Switzerland

Fletcher Studio Unveils Terraced Garden With Biopool in Zurich, Switzerland

Situated in Zurich, Switzerland, this serene garden and biopool by Fletcher Studio is suspended on the edge of a steep hillside. By placing the garden on the hillside, the architects opened up

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Infographic: White Nose Syndrome Has Killed 5.7 Million Bats in North America

Infographic: White Nose Syndrome Has Killed 5.7 Million Bats in North America

Bats get a bad rap - despite their spooky image, bats are far from terrifying, and we can assure you, they really don’t want anything to do with your hair. They aren't flying rodents, don’t

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Infographic: How Mars One Plans to Establish the First Colony on the Red Planet

Infographic: How Mars One Plans to Establish the First Colony on the Red Planet

Did you know that if you are at least 18 years old, in good mental and physical condition, and have no plans to return to Earth, you can apply to be one of the first colonizers of Mars? Mars One

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INFOGRAPHIC: Enervee Helps You Find the Greenest Home Appliances

INFOGRAPHIC: Enervee Helps You Find the Greenest Home Appliances

Home appliances drain a significant amount of energy - and therefore money. Enervee has built an extensive database of product data to help consumers choose the most energy-efficient appliances

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Infographic Shows the Importance of Ending Water Poverty Around the World

Infographic Shows the Importance of Ending Water Poverty Around the World

Water is a vital resource for life, however one in every eight people lack access to a basic improved water source - and did you know that $260 billion dollars are lost every year due to water

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Jonas Edvard’s Biodegradable Myx Lamp Grows Edible Oyster Mushrooms

Jonas Edvard’s Biodegradable Myx Lamp Grows Edible Oyster Mushrooms

Designer Jonas Edvard just shared with Inhabitat his new Myx Lamp, which is made entirely from plant fibers and mushroom mycelium. The lamps are grown over a period of two weeks as fungi eat a

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Kaplan Thompson Architects Unveil Super-Efficient Harborview Townhomes in Portland, Maine

Kaplan Thompson Architects Unveil Super-Efficient Harborview Townhomes in Portland, Maine

Designed by Kaplan Thompson Architects of Portland, ME, the Harborview Townhomes meet the Architecture 2030 guidelines for limiting carbon emissions while increasing density in an urban

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Solar Means Business Infographic Shows the Top 10 Brands that Went Solar in 2013

Solar Means Business Infographic Shows the Top 10 Brands that Went Solar in 2013

This week the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar released their second annual Solar Means Business report, which ranks the top brands in the U.S. based on their

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Audubon Launches Crowdsourced Map of Raptor Sightings Across the United States and South America

Audubon Launches Crowdsourced Map of Raptor Sightings Across the United States and South America

Did you know that a Peregrine Falcon can fly as fast as a Formula One race car? Or that Great Horned Owls can carry prey several times heavier than themselves? Raptors are remarkable birds, and

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Biolite Infographic Shows the 3 Ps of Preparedness for Emergency Situations

Biolite Infographic Shows the 3 Ps of Preparedness for Emergency Situations

BioLite knows a thing or two about emergency preparedness. The Brooklyn-based company was on the front lines during Hurricane Sandy, and its USB-charging CampStoves made national news for their

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