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Elegant New Fire Island Pines Pavilion by HWKN is a Timber Resort by the Sea

Elegant New Fire Island Pines Pavilion by HWKN is a Timber Resort by the Sea

The asymmetric Pavilion embraces its temporary nature and utilizes scaffolding as the main structure. The exterior frame is made out of criss-cross timber braces and creates an enclosure which still

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Citi Bike Share Program Officially Launches in New York City

Citi Bike Share Program Officially Launches in New York City

New Yorkers rejoice - NYC's first bicycle sharing program just launched with 6,000 bikes! So far over 10,000 people have signed up to use the brand new Citi Bikes in Brooklyn and Manhattan, and the system

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Deger Cengiz’s Threatening Cactus Terrarium Chair Puts Sitters on the Edge of Their Seats

Deger Cengiz’s Threatening Cactus Terrarium Chair Puts Sitters on the Edge of Their Seats

According to Cengiz, the Terrarium Chair "is an experimentation in which to investigate the effect of visual data to the user's experience." While it's pretty obvious to most viewers that the barrel

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Colin Selig’s Dalí-Esque Sofas Are Made from Recycled Propane Tanks

Colin Selig’s Dalí-Esque Sofas Are Made from Recycled Propane Tanks

"It began with this junk propane tank on my property" Selig explains on his website. "A lot of energy had been used to form the thick steel into this shape and it seemed a shame to let it go to waste."

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Pickett Furniture Offers Up Charming Home Furnishings Handcrafted from Vintage and Reclaimed Materials

Pickett Furniture Offers Up Charming Home Furnishings Handcrafted from Vintage and Reclaimed Materials

It takes real skill to turn salvaged materials into something new and exciting, which is why we applaud Pickett Furniture's creative spin on recycling. They were on hand this weekend at BKLYN Designs,

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Announcing the Winners of the Inhabitat 2013 BKLYN Designs Green Design Awards!

Announcing the Winners of the Inhabitat 2013 BKLYN Designs Green Design Awards!

This weekend, the Inhabiteam once again got to experience BKLYN Designs, one of our most beloved NY Design Week events, and revel in all of the Brooklyn-made furniture glory that it had to offer. As in

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Vote for Your Favorite Furnishings in Inhabitat’s BKLYN Designs Awards

Vote for Your Favorite Furnishings in Inhabitat’s BKLYN Designs Awards

This week, Inhabitat's New York editors have been reporting from BKLYN Designs, a showcase of home furnishings designed and made in Brooklyn. The show is a feast for the eyes, with lots of sustainable

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Adam Frank Unveils Mesmerizing LUCID Mirror at BKLYN Designs 2013

Adam Frank Unveils Mesmerizing LUCID Mirror at BKLYN Designs 2013

We caught up with Adam Frank at BKLYN Designs this week, and we had a chance to check out his latest design, the LUCID Mirror. The mirror functions just like a typical reflective sheet of glass, but

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Check Out Our Favorite Green Designs Now on Display at BKLYN Designs

Check Out Our Favorite Green Designs Now on Display at BKLYN Designs

BKLYN Designs kicked off yesterday morning with over 30 Brooklyn-based designers showcasing their latest work at St. Ann's Warehouse in DUMBO. Inhabitat was on the scene checking out some amazing designs,

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Steven Haulenbeek’s Minimalist Apoc LED Lamp is Inspired by Traditional Craftsmanship

Steven Haulenbeek’s Minimalist Apoc LED Lamp is Inspired by Traditional Craftsmanship

Steven Haulenbeek used simple materials and construction techniques to build this stripped down, efficient LED lamp. The humorously titled Apoc lamp "can be deconstructed and turned into a small kindling

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Check Out Dog Tag Designs’ Hilarious Darth Vader Lamps at BKLYN Designs 2013

Check Out Dog Tag Designs’ Hilarious Darth Vader Lamps at BKLYN Designs 2013

We never realized that lamps could go to the dark side, but apparently they can if they're made by Brooklyn-based Dog Tag Designs. The furniture design studio has a penchant for taking unique objects

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Weather Foils One World Trade Center’s Plans to Become Tallest Building in Western Hemisphere Today

Weather Foils One World Trade Center’s Plans to Become Tallest Building in Western Hemisphere Today

New York City was looking forward to seeing One World Trade Center become the tallest building in the western hemisphere this morning, but unfortunately, the plans were scrapped due to high winds. While

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Lamacek Design Studio to Bring Funky Felt Creations to BKLYN Designs 2013

Lamacek Design Studio to Bring Funky Felt Creations to BKLYN Designs 2013

Brooklyn-based design firm Lamacek Design Studio hauled in a BKLYN Designs award back in 2010 for producing a clever wall-mounted Deer Head Light, so we're especially excited to see what tricks the

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Charming NYC Townhouse Comes with Its Own Treehouse

Charming NYC Townhouse Comes with Its Own Treehouse

We think we can pretty much crown whomever purchases this amazing NYC townhouse with its very own treehouse as the most spoiled person ever. Jealousy aside, it's a lot of fun to take a little photo tour

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Urban Chandy’s Funky Recycled Chandeliers Coming to BKLYN Designs 2013

Urban Chandy’s Funky Recycled Chandeliers Coming to BKLYN Designs 2013

If you're bored of seeing the same old bulbs, Urban Chandy's brand of funky chandeliers can add some light to your life. Made in Brooklyn using recycled and reclaimed materials, these unique lighting

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CASA Kids Will Bring Their Awesome Transforming Bed to BKLYN Designs 2013

CASA Kids Will Bring Their Awesome Transforming Bed to BKLYN Designs 2013

Transforming furniture has become quite popular these days but many people don't know where to source these types of pieces. If you're in the New York area and have been hoping to try out a murphy bed for

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Citi Bike Bicycle Sharing Program Expected to Open Next Month in NYC

Citi Bike Bicycle Sharing Program Expected to Open Next Month in NYC

It looks like the wait is almost over for NYC bike aficionados as Citi Bike has announced that it will be launching its long-awaited bike share program next month. While there's no word on exactly when in

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MoMA Demolishing American Folk Art Museum Building After Just 12 Years

MoMA Demolishing American Folk Art Museum Building After Just 12 Years

In today's sad news, NYC's Museum of Modern Art has announced that it is planning to demolish its American Folk Art Museum building. The structure, designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, has only been

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CICADAPOCOLYPSE: Billions of Cicadas to Invade Tri-State Area This Spring

CICADAPOCOLYPSE: Billions of Cicadas to Invade Tri-State Area This Spring

Photo from Shutterstock The weather may be warming up, but East Coasters won't want to put away their earmuffs just yet. According to entomologists, billions of cicadas that have been underground for

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Even More Tiny Apartments Could Be Coming to NYC

Even More Tiny Apartments Could Be Coming to NYC

If you read Inhabitat on the regular, you probably know that tiny dwellings have blown up in a big way - so much so that New York City is looking to expand their batch of micro apartments before the

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Whole Foods Announces Plans for 20,000 Sq. Ft. Rooftop Farm Atop New Gowanus Store

Whole Foods Announces Plans for 20,000 Sq. Ft. Rooftop Farm Atop New Gowanus Store

NYC foodies will soon be in for a real treat as Whole Foods has announced they'll be operating a rooftop farm right atop their forthcoming Gowanus, Brooklyn store. The 20,000 sq. ft. greenhouse will

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Back to the Future-Style DeLorean Taxi Cabs to Hit NYC Streets Next Month

Back to the Future-Style DeLorean Taxi Cabs to Hit NYC Streets Next Month

If you've always dreamed of getting around like Marty McFly, you'll definitely want to head to the Big Apple next month. The city just approved the roll-out of a new fleet of super-futuristic DeLorean

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These Intriguing 3-D Dioramas Let You Peer into Tiny Scenes of New York City

These Intriguing 3-D Dioramas Let You Peer into Tiny Scenes of New York City

When we first spied Heather Kocsis' booth at this year's Architectural Digest Home Design Show, we wondered why people were staring so intently at what appeared to be ordinary paintings. But upon further

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Couple Moves into Cool Shipping Container Home in New York City

Couple Moves into Cool Shipping Container Home in New York City

Michele Bertomen and David Boyle set out the achieve the American dream by building their own home in Brooklyn, New York. But the house they chose to create is undoubtedly a little different from the

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7 Vibrant Vertical Gardens and Gorgeous Green Walls

7 Vibrant Vertical Gardens and Gorgeous Green Walls

Winter blues got you down? Why not let these greens perk you up? We've put together a slideshow of vertical garden eye candy for you that will make you forget all about the cold weather and have you

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New Study Shows NYC Could Cut an Astounding 90% of Emissions by 2050

New Study Shows NYC Could Cut an Astounding 90% of Emissions by 2050

New York City has been working diligently towards its planNYC goal to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2030. But that number is not nearly enough according to recent studies that show that countries

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6 Things to Know About Weathering Winter Storm Nemo in NY

6 Things to Know About Weathering Winter Storm Nemo in NY

The snowfall has begun in New York City and winter storm Nemo is officially underway. Whether you think it'll be a full-blown weather emergency or just a little splash as its name implies, here are 6

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13 Gravity-Defying Sculptures Made from Food Cans at Canstruction 2013!

13 Gravity-Defying Sculptures Made from Food Cans at Canstruction 2013!

Despite being delayed by Hurricane Sandy, our favorite can-tastic event is back in New York City with a slew of gravity-defying sculptures made of cans! The 20th annual Canstruction competition invited

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Kickstarter’s New Headquarters Will Boast a Green Roof Atop an Old Pencil Factory

Kickstarter’s New Headquarters Will Boast a Green Roof Atop an Old Pencil Factory

Kickstarter projects help the world become a better place through thoughtful design, and it looks like their new headquarters will follow that philosophy as well. Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the

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10 Pieces of Transforming Furniture for Tiny Apartments

10 Pieces of Transforming Furniture for Tiny Apartments

While mega-sized McMansions were all the rage just a few years ago, tiny dwellings are now gaining popularity as more and more of us move to cities and urban centers. Cramming our lives into smaller

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