Kevin completed his studies at NYU in May of 2009 with Honors and immediately signed on with Inhabitat. During his time at NYU, Kevin earned a degree in music business, spending time with companies including eMusic, RCRD LBL, and Downtown Music in both operations and business development. Just as comfortable on third-party ad servers as in his kitchen preparing his specialty Dijon Walnut Stuffed Mushrooms, Kevin is, by all accounts, a renaissance man. He is currently exploring his own path to sustainability at his home in Brooklyn.
You may remember our $8500 Laundry Room Makeover contest, where we teamed up with Method to give away an incredible green laundry room renovation. Well, more than 100,000 entries later we're
Attempting to speed up the oil spill clean up in the Gulf, BP has just tapped the world’s largest oil skimming vessel. This converted Taiwanese cargo ship known as “A Whale”
Our Third Green Talk with Boston’s Bike Sharing Program!
ATTENTION GREEN BUILDERS! We're still energized from the success of our Webcast Editors Roundtable yesterday, and we're thrilled to announce the next installation of Green Talks this coming
Announcing Green Talks! Starting next week, Inhabitat will be hosting a series of webcasts with sustainability luminaries from across the US, and we want you to join in the conversation! These
Wouldn't it be amazing if the old magnifying glass on a sunny day trick could be used for good instead of evil? Well, meet the SunCatcher. Created by Stirling Energy Systems in collaboration
Now that I've spent a bit of time with my Cobi chair, I feel it's only fair that I tell you all a little about my experience. Long story short, I love it. It's improved my working posture,
Inhabitat is rapidly growing into a full-fledged media empire, and it's about time we enlisted the help of an elite group of rockstar interns to lend a hand as we develop new products and
Our friends at SmartFurniture.com are offering eco-chair connoisseurs a chance to win one of five sustainably made free Cobi Chairs. Designed by PearsonLloyd in collaboration with Steelcase, the
You may remember that back in April we announced a design contest to do a virtual room makeover in Comcast Town. The prize was a collection of sweet new home entertainment electronics and a
Civil engineers at MIT are currently exploring ways to create concrete with reduced creep that will be able to last for 16,000 years. Concrete is one of the most frequently used and widely
Tired of saving your fruit and veggie scraps only to have to carry them to another location to compost? You'll be happy to hear that designers Leonardo Fortino and Andrea Bartolucci have
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