HAPPY HALLOWEEN Inhabitat readers! We hope you're having a great autumn weekend. We want to extend a big thank you to all of those crafty readers who took a moment to enter our contest and send pics of
Halloween is tomorrow and we can't wait to see the incredible costumes that you've cooked up, so don't forget to participate in our annual Green Halloween costume contest! And if you have little ones (or
This year's London Design Festival was an incredible event that showcased some of the world's most acclaimed designers in addition to a host of upcoming talents. From innovative furnishings and lighting
Calling all architects in New York City who like concrete!
From October 1st through the 3rd, Columbia's Graduate School of Architecture is organizing a series of conferences on materials. This year the
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The last weekend of September is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing - we're gearing up for West Coast Green, the nation's largest green building
This weekend some of the most stunning residences in San Francisco will be opening their doors for the sixth annual Living: Home Tours! Hosted by AIA SF as part of the Architecture and the City Festival,
We can hardly believe it is September once again, which can only mean one thing for the design calendar! That's right, The London Design Festival 2008 is set to kick off on Saturday the 13th and will run
There are few experiences closer to foodie heaven than the stunning table set by this year's Slow Food Nation. Hosted in collaboration with the 2008 Architecture and the City Festival, the event saw San
I was one of many folks who toured the country in a veggie-fueled bus several years ago, when biodiesel was becoming more well-known. The concept of a fuel made from a waste product was so exciting that
Transportation Tuesday is usually focused on getting from one place to another, but sometimes you've got to slow down and take a break from transit. It’s time to mark your calendars, plan your park, and
We have officially entered the depths of summer here in NYC, and local art museums have really turned up the heat with a provocative line-up of environmentally charged exhibitions. The New Museum on the