Mike is an editor and writer based in San Francisco. He left sunny UC Santa Cruz with a B.A. in French and Modern literature and delved into publishing through a stint at ReadyMade Magazine. Inspired by the impact that forward thinking can have on the present, he has cultivated a voracious appetite for developments in architecture, design, and technology. Mike likes to bike, blog, and build things, and in his spare time he also cooks, makes music, and rocks out.
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WIN A $950 STRIDA FOLDING BIKE! As the weather gets warmer we're looking forward to spending plenty of sun-soaked days outdoors - and what better way to take full advantage of the beautiful
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO ENTER THE ECO CUTEY COMPETITION! Creating a more sustainable future starts with today's tots, which is why Inhabitots is currently running an adorable Eco-Cutey
Austrian designers mischer'traxler have created a solar powered machine that makes an incredible array of furnishings that vary based on how much sunlight it receives over the course of a day.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom recently unveiled the first of 1,100 solar powered bus shelters that will be installed throughout the city between now and 2013. Crowned with a rolling red crest
It is with great sadness that we recently learned of the closing of Michelle Kaufmann Designs, one of our favorite green architecture practices and close friends to Inhabitat. The groundbreaking
Have a vision for your dream apartment? Great - Comcast recently rolled Comcast Town, a blue-sky space to live out your wildest interior design dreams! It's a bit like Google Sketchup, except
DRUMROLL PLEASE! New York Design Week is about to begin and we're kicking things off this weekend with our first ever Green Design Awards at BKLYN Designs! Running from May 8-10, this incredible
SPRING GREENING CLOSES TONIGHT at MIDNIGHT! Our Spring Greening Design Contest closes at midnight tonight, which makes this your LAST CHANCE to cast your vote for your favorite DIY design! As
We've seen piezoelectric systems that harvest energy from roads, subways, and even umbrellas -- now researchers have announced that they are on the brink of unlocking an energy grid composed of
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