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MacMaster’s Floral-Inspired Lamps Lure You In With Seductively Crafted Wooden Curves

MacMaster’s Floral-Inspired Lamps Lure You In With Seductively Crafted Wooden Curves

Launched by Alex MacMaster in 2009, the MacMaster Design studio designs and handcrafts their eco-friendly wares in-house using woodworking techniques learned from the world's foremost traditional

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30 Amazing Green Designs from Wanted Design 2014!

30 Amazing Green Designs from Wanted Design 2014!

While ICFF has long been considered the centerpiece of New York Design Week, another show called Wanted Design has been making a name for itself as a must-see collection of emerging designers you may not

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MOSS is a Solar and Wind Powered Prefab Office That’s Perfect for the Backyard

MOSS is a Solar and Wind Powered Prefab Office That’s Perfect for the Backyard

Vetterlein has thought of every last detail to ensure the Micro Office Systems Space concept has a small environmental impact while still providing a comfortable and professional working environment for

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Free Outdoor Gym Pops Up on the Manhattan Waterfront

Free Outdoor Gym Pops Up on the Manhattan Waterfront

New Yorkers looking to get their bodies beach-ready now have a new place to work out - a waterfront outdoor gym on the Lower East Side. The colorful fitness center features 12 exercise machines (some that

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Volvo’s Stunning Pure Tension Pavilion is a Lightweight Sun-Powered Charging Station

Volvo’s Stunning Pure Tension Pavilion is a Lightweight Sun-Powered Charging Station

Unveiled in Rome, Italy in September 2013, the structure was developed as an attempt to reinvent a typical trade show pavilion. Its dynamic form and energy efficiency is reminiscent of Frei Otto's

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Hidden Grass Cave House Offers the Perfect Sanctuary for an Urban Recluse in Japan

Hidden Grass Cave House Offers the Perfect Sanctuary for an Urban Recluse in Japan

The house is situated on a V-shaped site that forced the architects to think outside the box and come up with a space which would maximize the narrow plot's potential. One of the building's floating

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6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities

6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities

Calatrava's Peace Helicoidal Bridge Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava's Peace Bridge goes across the Bow River in Calgary, Canada. Implemented by the city's Council to promote healthy transportation,

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Surprising Photos Reveal the Enchanting World of Fungi

Surprising Photos Reveal the Enchanting World of Fungi

Steve Axford lives in Australia's New South Wales but his photography has taken him all over the world. Many of the photos from the stunning Fungi - Recyclers collection include some rare species that

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Amazing Japanese Kindergarten Circles Around a Mythic Tree

Amazing Japanese Kindergarten Circles Around a Mythic Tree

The perimeter of the cylindrical building is lined with classrooms and waiting areas, so that children can daydream while looking out the window and gazing at the old tree. The tree itself has a storied

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The Bones of an Old Butcher Shop Rise Anew as a Charming Architecture Studio in Vancouver

The Bones of an Old Butcher Shop Rise Anew as a Charming Architecture Studio in Vancouver

Scott&Scott Architects' new studio and home was originally built in 1911. It was once a butcher shop, and it was used as a grocery store for a long time. The commercial space was stripped down to a

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MINI Unveils Three of the World’s Tiniest Luxury Campers

MINI Unveils Three of the World’s Tiniest Luxury Campers

The MINI Clubvan Camper, the Cowley and the MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp can get you to your getaway destination and transform into a multi-use unit built for the great outdoors. The three campers were built

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Tableware Crafted from Animal Bones, Fur, and Skin Highlights How Wasteful We’ve Become

Tableware Crafted from Animal Bones, Fur, and Skin Highlights How Wasteful We’ve Become

The collection of ladles, teapots, and other household items aims to illustrate the origin of food in a primal way, which also explains why many of the pieces take on the shape of a totem pole and other

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Liqui Design Pays Homage to the Humble Paper Bag with the Clever Bagalight Collection

Liqui Design Pays Homage to the Humble Paper Bag with the Clever Bagalight Collection

In the Bagalight line, Liqui Design applies the transformative power of design to an ordinary item to challenge preconceived ideas about the value of design. Inhabitat first spotted these quirky paper bag

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Baltimore’s Solar-Powered Water Wheel Can Devour 50,000 Pounds of Harbor Trash Every Day

Baltimore’s Solar-Powered Water Wheel Can Devour 50,000 Pounds of Harbor Trash Every Day

Every year, stormwater runoff carries tons of trash and debris from the streets and streams of the Jones Fall watershed down into the mouth of the Jones Falls stream and out into the Baltimore Harbor. "I

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Peter Steinhaur’s Cocoon Series Shows Stunning Views of Hong Kong’s Buildings Wrapped in Silk

Peter Steinhaur’s Cocoon Series Shows Stunning Views of Hong Kong’s Buildings Wrapped in Silk

Steinhaur’s photos of the buildings look both beautiful and eerie, with silk material making them look abstract and uninhabited. However, some of these structures actually have residents. Steinhaur, who

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Photographer Zack Seckler Snaps Rare and Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Botswana Wildlife

Photographer Zack Seckler Snaps Rare and Beautiful Aerial Photographs of Botswana Wildlife

Accompanied by an expert pilot, Seckler was able to compose his shots less than 500 feet from the ground. This unique vantage point gave him the opportunity to capture dream-like photographs unattainable

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Watch the Night Sky Through Giant Binoculars at Montreal’s Stellar New Planetarium

Watch the Night Sky Through Giant Binoculars at Montreal’s Stellar New Planetarium

The three-storey complex is situated near the 1976 Olympic Games site and the Biodrome, and features telescopic structures, two theaters and state-of-the-art facilities for space research. The building

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Star Wars-Inspired Honda Chopper Concept is a Stormtrooper’s Dream

Star Wars-Inspired Honda Chopper Concept is a Stormtrooper’s Dream

  Electric in-wheel motors not only help improve the efficiency of this bike; they also lower the center of gravity, improving handling and performance. We can't wait to see if Honda

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Benoit Challand’s Fold Yard Transforms Office Furniture into a Life Sized Alphabet

Benoit Challand’s Fold Yard Transforms Office Furniture into a Life Sized Alphabet

Challand sought an innovative office furniture design that would move away from the traditional, and often stifling, design of the mundane cubicle. Keeping needed elements like wall partitions, storage

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The Best Green Designs From ICFF 2014!

The Best Green Designs From ICFF 2014!

We've featured TOBYHouse's resin beach ball lamps in the past - and the designer just unveiled a new inflatable version that will be available in stores! The colorful clustered lights are made from

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Japanese Designers Showcase Elegant Low-Impact Products at BKLYN Designs 2014

Japanese Designers Showcase Elegant Low-Impact Products at BKLYN Designs 2014

Akiko Oue and Ryohei Yoshiyuki of Oy Objects see exciting new possibilities in everyday materials. These rustic earth-toned vessels made from recycled coffee grounds are the perfect compliment to your

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The Coolest Bar in Texas is Built With Seven Stacked Shipping Containers

The Coolest Bar in Texas is Built With Seven Stacked Shipping Containers

The bar is built up from seven different containers, which have been stacked on top of each other to create a double-height bar area, exposure to the elements, and plenty of cubbyholes where patrons can

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Stefani Boeri’s Amazing Vertical Forest Towers Near Completion in Milan

Stefani Boeri’s Amazing Vertical Forest Towers Near Completion in Milan

The studio, led by Stefano Boeri, came up with the concept of Bosco Verticale by envisioning a high-density residential development that creates different microclimates and filters Milan's polluted urban

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Wheelchair-Accessible Loft Bauhaus Has a Refreshingly Low Environmental Impact in Brazil

Wheelchair-Accessible Loft Bauhaus Has a Refreshingly Low Environmental Impact in Brazil

Loft Bauhaus measures 1,700 square-feet and is raised two feet off the ground using hydraulic piloti. This minimizes the home's impact on the soil and allows all necessary electrical cables to be fitted

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Foster + Partners Unveils Istanbul’s First Apple Store

Foster + Partners Unveils Istanbul’s First Apple Store

Istanbul's first Apple store features a frameless, rectangular glass cube that sits at street level and illuminates from the interior below ground. The 18-square-meter glass structure allows pedestrians

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Adorable LEGO Wildlife Garden With Frogs and Hedgehogs Opens in the UK

Adorable LEGO Wildlife Garden With Frogs and Hedgehogs Opens in the UK

Legoland Windsor's new Wildlife Garden has six unique habitats featuring local wildlife and their homes. A wonderful way to raise awareness, the garden was designed as a call on the British public to make

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Michelle McKinney Creates Delicate and Ethereal Artwork from Industrial Metals

Michelle McKinney Creates Delicate and Ethereal Artwork from Industrial Metals

U.K.-based Michelle McKinney started her career in jewelry design, but shifted to larger-scale contemporary artwork and sculptures after she discovered ultra-fine woven metal. These extremely malleable

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September 11 Memorial Museum Ribbon Cutting Takes Place in New York City

September 11 Memorial Museum Ribbon Cutting Takes Place in New York City

After overcoming numerous obstacles from financial woes to flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy, New York was finally able to cut the ribbon on the National September 11 Memorial and Museum this morning.

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PAD Architects Wraps French Office with a Wavy Perforated Facade

PAD Architects Wraps French Office with a Wavy Perforated Facade

The main building is completely wrapped with the white mesh-like facade, which is separated from the interior by a patio and glass gallery. The large facade panels are attached to metal posts surrounding

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Biophotovoltaic Moss Table Generates Electricity Through Photosynthesis

Biophotovoltaic Moss Table Generates Electricity Through Photosynthesis

What if your lamp and laptop could be powered by plants? Biophotovoltaics' Moss Table is an innovative furnishing that demonstrates the future potential of Bio-Photo-Voltaic (BPV) technology. Here

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