Yuka Yoneda

 

Yuka is the managing editor of Inhabitat NYC, a practicing turophile, and a known DIY Jedi. Her love of maker culture has a lot to do with what she's seen around her in NYC, and she believes that if you can make stuff here, you can make stuff anywhere. Yuka's refashioned clothing and DIY ideas have been featured on The Today Show, Glamour, HGTV.com and other websites and magazines. Yuka also writes for Ecouterre and has written for The Daily Green and The New York Times.

Find more of Yuka's DIY tips at her weblog Clossette and in her YouTube videos, which have over 8 million views.

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Smart 380-square-foot studio design uses transforming components to maximize space

Smart 380-square-foot studio design uses transforming components to maximize space

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7 scrumptious edible edifices spotted at the 2016 Great Architectural Bake-off

7 scrumptious edible edifices spotted at the 2016 Great Architectural Bake-off

Great Architectural Bake-off, Michael Laiskonis, Benjamin Prosky, AIANY, Stacy Shoemaker, Hospitality Design, David Graver, Cool Hunting, cakes that look like buildings, the glass…

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Tomato-based vegan tuna is coming to this NYC eatery starting next week

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One World Trade Center achieves LEED Gold certification

One World Trade Center achieves LEED Gold certification

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ePrix electric vehicle race coming to Brooklyn next summer

ePrix electric vehicle race coming to Brooklyn next summer

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Urbanscapes: Free art exhibition explores New York City through the eyes of six artists

Urbanscapes: Free art exhibition explores New York City through the eyes of six artists

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This Studio Apartment from HBO's Girls May Be the Coolest Tiny Space You've Ever Seen

This Studio Apartment from HBO's Girls May Be the Coolest Tiny Space You've Ever Seen

The set of Charlie's tiny apartment was built in just four days, and should really be rehashed as a kit-of-parts for New York City studio-dwellers. The design takes advantage of the…

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Oasis-like sustainable Water Garden opens at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Oasis-like sustainable Water Garden opens at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

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You're invited to the New York Harbor Regatta and Beach Bash this Friday

You're invited to the New York Harbor Regatta and Beach Bash this Friday

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INTERVIEW: City Parks Foundation's Heather Lubov on transforming baseball diamonds into golf schools

INTERVIEW: City Parks Foundation's Heather Lubov on transforming baseball diamonds into golf schools

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5,000 old toilets will soon be home to 50,000 new oysters in NYC

5,000 old toilets will soon be home to 50,000 new oysters in NYC

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), in partnership with the Billion Oyster Project, today announced that a project is underway that will see the…

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Head to this hilly paradise on Governors Island before it closes for the year

Head to this hilly paradise on Governors Island before it closes for the year

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The Floating Restaurant suspends a glass cube eatery over the Hudson River

The Floating Restaurant suspends a glass cube eatery over the Hudson River

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DOOMOCRACY: Massive haunted house of political horrors to terrorize New York this October

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Vertical village of modular blocks adds a pixelated punch to the LIC skyline

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NY NOW announces the winners of its 2016 Summer Eco Choice Awards

NY NOW announces the winners of its 2016 Summer Eco Choice Awards

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Queen of tiny living shares her small space tips in 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)

Queen of tiny living shares her small space tips in 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)

"90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet (...or more)" about how living in that small apartment made my life larger. It's also a "want-to" guide, offering lessons for others on…

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Take the ultimate Times Square selfie on these giant X-shaped loungers

Take the ultimate Times Square selfie on these giant X-shaped loungers

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Open, light-flooded floorplan modernizes a previously cramped Forest Hills Tudor

Open, light-flooded floorplan modernizes a previously cramped Forest Hills Tudor

Our clients had outgrown their cozy 1940s tudor house, but had no wish to depart their leafy enclave in Forest Hills. Not wanting to alter the appearance of the front facade from the…

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We take the 2017 Chevy Volt on an electrifying eco-getaway up to the Hudson Valley

We take the 2017 Chevy Volt on an electrifying eco-getaway up to the Hudson Valley

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Tour this luxuriously sustainable new model apartment at 60 White in Tribeca (PHOTOS)

Tour this luxuriously sustainable new model apartment at 60 White in Tribeca (PHOTOS)

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The expert scoop on how to select the right air conditioner for your apartment

The expert scoop on how to select the right air conditioner for your apartment

Okay, so we're admittedly pretty late with this video but it's better late than never, right?

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Take a free sunset cruise on this new 10,000-square-foot yacht restaurant at Pier 81

Take a free sunset cruise on this new 10,000-square-foot yacht restaurant at Pier 81

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