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Superstudio Più’s Temporary Museum Leaves a Permanent Impression at Milan Design Week

Superstudio Più’s Temporary Museum Leaves a Permanent Impression at Milan Design Week

Created by Anek Kul Thaweesup of Labrador Factory, "Mumi" is a handmade bag made of 100 percent paper fibers. Made in Thailand, the bag is light, handy,  can carry up to 6 kg and is totally

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Beautiful Mashrabiya-Like Metal Facade Transforms Metro Station into a Glowing Lantern in Amsterdam

Beautiful Mashrabiya-Like Metal Facade Transforms Metro Station into a Glowing Lantern in Amsterdam

The new 5,900 square-foot Kraaiennest metro station was built to replace the original station from 1970. The overhaul of the station is one of the latest efforts turning Bijlmermeer from one of

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Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Jibe Design won a bike rack competition with Koi - a futuristic new rack design that will be installed at the base of a downtown high-rise in Philadelphia. Based on a Japanese textile and the lazy

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BMW Designs Ritzy Subway Trains for Kuala Lumpur’s New Transit System

BMW Designs Ritzy Subway Trains for Kuala Lumpur’s New Transit System

BMW subsidiary Designworks USA is helping the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur move into the 21st century with 58 ritzy trains for the city's new subway system. The new three-line metro system is expected to

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MVRDV Breaks Ground on Ambitious Cheung Fai Building Transformation in Hong Kong

MVRDV Breaks Ground on Ambitious Cheung Fai Building Transformation in Hong Kong

MVRDV has broken ground on an ambitious urban conversion project in Hong Kong's newly-designated business center, East Kowloon. The revitalization strategy's first step includes transforming former

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Titanium Golf Clubs Could be Responsible for Igniting California Wildfires

Titanium Golf Clubs Could be Responsible for Igniting California Wildfires

Golfers who land shots into the rough may be igniting more than foul tempers, a string of expletives, and poor scores. According to scientists from UC Irvine, titanium golf clubs that come in contact with

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Doctor Relives Magical Mountain Childhood with Rustic Tellico Cabin in Tennessee

Doctor Relives Magical Mountain Childhood with Rustic Tellico Cabin in Tennessee

The house is located in the Tellico Valley - a historically important place where Cherokee tribes used to gather for important councils. The doctor spent his childhood here, so it holds important

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Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips

Spruce Supermarket: 4 Tasty Treats You Can Make with Spruce Tree Tips

When you go for a walk in the woods, do you glance around and consider which trees around you may have edible parts? Sure, you might identify maple trees as the source of the wonderful syrup that's great

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Surf Sauna in a Barrel Keeps Crazy Winter Surfers Warm

Surf Sauna in a Barrel Keeps Crazy Winter Surfers Warm

Surf Sauna's structure is made from marine grade galvanized and stainless steel to hold up to years of salt water exposure. The cylindrical walls are made from western red cedar which is naturally rot

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Chinese Man Builds Tiny, All-Electric Lamborghini to Take His Grandson to School

Chinese Man Builds Tiny, All-Electric Lamborghini to Take His Grandson to School

Getting the kids out the door, in the car, and off to school is hard enough. For families in China - many of whom share a moped or scooter as their only vehicle - it's even more difficult, not to mention

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Solar-Powered Alpine Hut Boasts Spectacular Mountain Views in Switzerland

Solar-Powered Alpine Hut Boasts Spectacular Mountain Views in Switzerland

Located at the popular starting point for the ascents of Bishorn, Weisshorn, and Les Diablons, the new Tracuit Hut is situated along a ridge caught between a cliff and a glacier. Due to its location, the

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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Green Architect & Cradle to Cradle Founder William McDonough

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Green Architect & Cradle to Cradle Founder William McDonough

INHABITAT: What inspired you to write 'Cradle to Cradle' (the book) and launch the Cradle to Cradle system? William McDonough: From an early age, I was fascinated by differing attitudes towards

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Tres Birds Workshop’s Wooden Nests Mimic Bird Habitats in Vail, CO

Tres Birds Workshop’s Wooden Nests Mimic Bird Habitats in Vail, CO

Sun Bird Park’s giant wooden nests were inspired by surrounding bird habitat and even evoke the imagery of flowers. The curving, ski-inspired ribs were constructed from various wood species and treated

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This Brilliant Rekindle Candlestick Turns Melted Wax Into a Fresh New Candle

This Brilliant Rekindle Candlestick Turns Melted Wax Into a Fresh New Candle

Designer Benjamin Shine has created a brilliant regenerative candle holder that transforms melted wax into a fresh new candle! The Rekindle Candlestick lets users reuse a candle over and over again by

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MX3D-Metal 3D Printer Creates Complex Metal Objects in Thin Air

MX3D-Metal 3D Printer Creates Complex Metal Objects in Thin Air

Amsterdam-based Joris Laarman Lab teamed up with the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) to design a 3D printer that can produce complex metal objects in thin air. MX3D-Metal is a

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MVRDV’s Dramatic Balancing Barn Suspends Hotel Guests in Mid-Air

MVRDV’s Dramatic Balancing Barn Suspends Hotel Guests in Mid-Air

Surrounded by beautiful English countryside, the Balancing Barn's rustic form was created in reference to the nearby Suffolk farmhouses with a modern and bold. Known for their playful designs, MVRDV

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Meet the Tiny House Family Who Built an Amazing Mini Home for Just $12,000

Meet the Tiny House Family Who Built an Amazing Mini Home for Just $12,000

The Tiny House Family recently went on Anderson Cooper. As you can see, the actual-size outline of their home in black is even smaller than the show's stage! INHABITAT: Can you tell us a little bit about

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DIY: How to Make Rose Petal Beads from Your Valentine’s Day Bouquets

DIY: How to Make Rose Petal Beads from Your Valentine’s Day Bouquets

Valentine's Day will soon be upon us, and that means that people around the world will be given bouquets of roses by their sweethearts. Nothing quite compares to a rose in terms of beauty, grace, scent,

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Herbal Cold Care: DIY Throat Drops and Cough Syrup

Herbal Cold Care: DIY Throat Drops and Cough Syrup

If you have any interaction with the public at all, you've probably noticed that there are a lot of sickly people out there right now. Half my Facebook feed consists of folks who are whinging about their

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Case House: A Daring Loft-Style Home With Playful Twisting Staircases

Case House: A Daring Loft-Style Home With Playful Twisting Staircases

Though Case is located in a typical suburban subdivision, Jun Igarashi Architects’ final design is anything but traditional. The minimalist, cuboid form features a completely open plan and loft-style

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Beautiful Geometric Facade Protects King Fahad National Library from the Hot Saudi Sun

Beautiful Geometric Facade Protects King Fahad National Library from the Hot Saudi Sun

Originally constructed in the 1980s, the old library building consists of a cruciform frame built from reinforced concrete. To expand the library, Gerber Architekten created a cuboid structure to surround

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Ninety-Nine Failures Pavilion is Built from Ninja Star-Shaped Steel Pillows

Ninety-Nine Failures Pavilion is Built from Ninja Star-Shaped Steel Pillows

The Digital Fabrication Lab is an initiative founded by architect Kengo Kuma and Yusuke Obuchi to explore architectural innovations through experimentation. The third non-programmatic pavilion undertaken

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Scientist Uses Whiskey Byproduct to Purify Water Contaminated with Arsenic in Bangladesh

Scientist Uses Whiskey Byproduct to Purify Water Contaminated with Arsenic in Bangladesh

A scientist at Aberdeen University has discovered a byproduct of whiskey production that can be used to purify water. Dr. Leigh Cassidy had the idea to use draff, the leftover residue from barley husks

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Ufogel: A Tiny Minimalist Holiday Hideaway Rises on Stilts in Austria

Ufogel: A Tiny Minimalist Holiday Hideaway Rises on Stilts in Austria

The 485 square-foot sculptural holiday home is built mostly from glass, metal and Larch wood, a highly-ecological, waterproof and rot-resistant timber typically used for building yachts and other exterior

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Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Eco Stocking Stuffers

Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Eco Stocking Stuffers

Looking to give your loved one an extra somethin', somethin'? Impress them with these 15 sustainable stocking stuffers. Find something for coffee lovers, bike riders, DIYers and even brown thumbs. Whether

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Brilliant “One” Teapot Changes Color When the Water is Hot Enough

Brilliant “One” Teapot Changes Color When the Water is Hot Enough

Vessel Ideation is the creator of this fashionable concept tea kettle, which was designed with both boiling and serving in mind. We love the modern look, the advanced technology, but mostly the fact that

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Lush Curvaceous Green Wall Grows in iArc Architects’ New Seoul City Hall

Lush Curvaceous Green Wall Grows in iArc Architects’ New Seoul City Hall

iArc Architects designed Seoul's new city hall as the bridge between the city's history and sustainability-minded future. Connected to the old city hall by an elevated bridge, the new government building

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This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

This Gadget Gives “Married To Your Phone” An Entirely New Meaning

Do you solemnly swear to love, cherish, and check your smartphone alerts every ten seconds? Then you might be the perfect candidate for The Smarty Ring. Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, the Smarty

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Iridescent Dragon-Like Scales Wrap Around Avant Garde Office Campus in Paris

Iridescent Dragon-Like Scales Wrap Around Avant Garde Office Campus in Paris

Commissioned by the real estate company Société Foncière Lyonnaise, architecture firm DTACC and Agence Jouin Manku sought to bring a fresh and modern upgrade that complemented the existing historic

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Louis Vuitton Breathes Life into Charlotte Perriand’s Stunning Modernist Beach House

Louis Vuitton Breathes Life into Charlotte Perriand’s Stunning Modernist Beach House

Perriand originally designed La Maison au Bord de l'Eau (the house on the water) for a competition in 1934. The prefab beach bungalow was never realized, however, until eight decades later when Louis

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