by , 12/29/05
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The end of the year is rapidly approaching, and in the spirit of New Year’s reflection, we’re going to be looking back at some of the year’s highlights. We’d love to hear from you guys, and learn what you thought made the most interesting, striking or inspiring articles on Inhabitat this year.

If you read Inhabitat frequently (or even infrequently), please take a moment to comment on this post and tell us what was your favorite Inhabitat post of 2005. It can be anything from the most innovative or important design you saw this year, to something that just made you laugh, or made you whip out your credit card to buy. We’d prefer to receive your nominations as comments on this post, however, if you want a little privacy, you can also email us at

Look forward to hearing from you!

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  1. Chris Mitchell December 31, 2005 at 5:14 pm

    I enjoyed and bookmarked the post about Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. It even generated an interesting discussion later on as I compared notes with someone else who saw the post. I’ve been rethinking my future situation along the lines of a small compound of alternative spaces (yurt, dome, log structure, etc) and one of these might be included. Also enjoyed the MICRO DWELLINGS by N55 post that just went up, for the same reason. Keep up the fine work on this terrific blog!

  2. Manuel S. December 30, 2005 at 10:30 pm

    The Push Button house is probably one of the most intriguing things I have seen. With space in So. Cal. at a premium, this is actually a viable solution for me and I am going to be actively looking into it. 😀

  3. Jill Fehrenbacher December 30, 2005 at 7:22 pm

    Thanks for your support and kind words Kelly!

  4. Kelly December 30, 2005 at 7:19 pm

    I love this site. I often drop by to see your latest updates. I recently fell in love with the Lumen Tree. But over time, there have been scores of products which have captured my imagination and given me hope that there are many people out there with the right kind of agenda. Keep up the good work. I know of many people who love your site also…x.

  5. Justin December 30, 2005 at 3:32 pm


  6. inhabifan December 30, 2005 at 7:52 am

    how-to make your own terrarium!

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