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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Make the Most of a Tiny Micro Apartment

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Make the Most of a Tiny Micro Apartment

In cities where space is limited and rent is high, micro-apartments are fast becoming a popular option for young professionals willing to forego square footage for a coveted neighborhood. However if

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Iris Industries Launches a Cool New Textile and Building Material Made from Recycled Denim

Iris Industries Launches a Cool New Textile and Building Material Made from Recycled Denim

Iris Industries has just launched it's new sustainable composite: Denimite. This material utilizes recycled denim and resin to create a solid, lightweight, durable material that can be used for

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Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Will Beckers (known as The Willowman) creates stunning, ephemeral, site-specific sculptures made from re-used local materials. He started out working with clay but now incorporates a variety of natural

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Self-Assembled Sandwichbike Starts Shipping Next Month

Self-Assembled Sandwichbike Starts Shipping Next Month

The much anticipated Sandwichbike, which can be assembled like a piece of IKEA furniture, will start shipping this December. Designed by Bastens Leijh’s Dutch studio Bleijh Industrial, the bike will be

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Henry Baumann Creates Incredible Sculptural Furniture From Construction Site Waste

Henry Baumann Creates Incredible Sculptural Furniture From Construction Site Waste

Designer Henry Baumann has created an incredible series of sculptural lamps and chairs by recycling big wooden cable drums often found on building sites. He discovered that these drums were simply too big

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Baikoo Studio’s Bamboo Gazebo Offers a Quiet Place for Relaxation Outdoors

Baikoo Studio’s Bamboo Gazebo Offers a Quiet Place for Relaxation Outdoors

It may just be the start of winter, but it's never too early to start thinking about those warm and sunny days to come. This sustainable and stylish outdoor shade by Baikoo Studio is perfect for anyone

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Siew Ming Cheng’s ‘Spike Away’ Vest Repels Pushy Passengers on Crowded Trains

Siew Ming Cheng’s ‘Spike Away’ Vest Repels Pushy Passengers on Crowded Trains

If you’ve ever been on a crowded train you know there’s no such thing as personal space when your head is stuck in the armpit of some random person. In an effort to shoo away pushy jerks on public

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Score Amazing Green Gifts and Support New Amsterdam School with Their Annual Holiday Auction

Score Amazing Green Gifts and Support New Amsterdam School with Their Annual Holiday Auction

Give lower Manhattan youngsters the gift of education while also purchasing some great green presents for your friends and family. The New Amsterdam School's Annual Holiday Auction is offering up

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The “Wagon of Knowledge” is a Mobile Cultural Center for Remote Communities in Ecuador

The “Wagon of Knowledge” is a Mobile Cultural Center for Remote Communities in Ecuador

The Wagon of Knowledge is not defined by any one purpose, and was even designed with interchangeable components that allow it to morph from conference space to performance venue right before your eyes.

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Sergio Vergara’s Guacamaya Tables Fuse Colombian Craftsmanship with Modern Furniture Design

Sergio Vergara’s Guacamaya Tables Fuse Colombian Craftsmanship with Modern Furniture Design

  Guacamayas is a village in the department of Boyacá, Colombia, where traditional artisans manufacture handicrafts from straw and fique. Originally, the material was used for food gathering and

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Emoya Estate’s Fake Shanty Town Offers a Totally Tasteless South African Vacation

Emoya Estate’s Fake Shanty Town Offers a Totally Tasteless South African Vacation

Mocked by Stephen Colbert as "poverty porn," the Shanty Town sits alongside Emoya's five-star lodgings. For about $98 a night, guests can pretend to live the rough life, relieving themselves in "long

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Studio Gang’s Mega Efficient NRDC Office Retrofit Achieves LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge Certification

Studio Gang’s Mega Efficient NRDC Office Retrofit Achieves LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge Certification

Located in the Civic Opera House building, the open floorplan was key to the design because it allowed for a minimal amount of building materials and maixmum energy efficiency. An open layout office

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MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp's West Coast Ghosts are a series of tables and furnishings characterized by a large block of reclaimed timber set atop an ephemeral base. The pieces draw a direct metaphorical analogy to the

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SketchUp’s Open-Source 3D-Printable WikiHouse Snaps Together Like Lego Bricks

SketchUp’s Open-Source 3D-Printable WikiHouse Snaps Together Like Lego Bricks

What if you could assemble your house like Legos using free modeling software and a 3D printer? That's the idea behind Eric Schimelpfening's WikiHouse - a home designed entirely in SketchUp that can be

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Ryue Nishizawa and Nendo’s Sweeping ‘Roof and Mushrooms’ Pavilion Overlooks Kyoto University

Ryue Nishizawa and Nendo’s Sweeping ‘Roof and Mushrooms’ Pavilion Overlooks Kyoto University

Many of the stools take on the forms of wild mushrooms as they extend from the staircase balusters, wrap around columns, and interlock with one another. "We wanted to design architectural elements that

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Meet the Winners of the First Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Challenge

Meet the Winners of the First Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Challenge

The Winners of the first Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Challenge were announced this weekend at the Institute’s Innovation Celebration in New York City. Organized by the Cradle to Cradle Products

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Gorgeous 15th-Century Church Renovated as a Modern Bookstore in The Netherlands

Gorgeous 15th-Century Church Renovated as a Modern Bookstore in The Netherlands

Two architects, Jos Burger and Wouter Keijzer of BK. Architecten, in charge of the renovation of the old church decided to preserve the atmosphere of the existing place with a spatial intervention that

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Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Led by the creative direction of recognized pet furniture designer Corey Drew, Architect Pets creates innovative pet products that are simply irresistible to any design conscience home and pet owner.

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rePly Turns Plywood Scraps Into Unique Modern Furniture

rePly Turns Plywood Scraps Into Unique Modern Furniture

Tired of looking to IKEA for your furniture fix? The designers over at rePly Furniture are creating eco-friendly furniture from recovered materials, just for people who are tired of mass-produced,

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FRPO Architects Weave Modern MO House Through a Spanish Forest

FRPO Architects Weave Modern MO House Through a Spanish Forest

FRPO architects designed the site-specific structure by dividing the form of a conventional house into its component rectangular parts. After determining the number and sizes of each room, they then

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UK Households Trash 96 Million Chickens Each Year

UK Households Trash 96 Million Chickens Each Year

Photo of factory chickens via Shutterstock A study by the UK government's waste advisory body the Waste & Resources Action Programme (Wrap) reveals that UK households throw away the equivalent of

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IKEA Launches Virtual Flea Market to Encourage Furniture Reselling, Sees 100% Success Rate

IKEA Launches Virtual Flea Market to Encourage Furniture Reselling, Sees 100% Success Rate

Big box retailers like IKEA profit from selling new furniture, so many were surprised to see the Swedish home furnishings giant encourage people to buy used furniture during a recent ad campaign. Created

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Rainer Mutsch Uses Recycled Fiber to Create His Incredible Sculptural Pendant Lamps

Rainer Mutsch Uses Recycled Fiber to Create His Incredible Sculptural Pendant Lamps

These gorgeous, handmade 'soft light' pendants by Austrian designer Rainer Mutsch are sculpted from eco-friendly materials. Mutsch created a series of pendants for Molto Luce from recycled fiber cement,

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Fiona Roberts’ Creepy Scopophilia Chair is Made From Hundreds of Repurposed Glass Eyes!

Fiona Roberts’ Creepy Scopophilia Chair is Made From Hundreds of Repurposed Glass Eyes!

The eyes have it in Fiona Roberts' spooky Scopophilia chair - which is made from hundreds of glass eyes! The Australian designer didn’t skin a hundred Furby dolls to make the eye-catching chair, but

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Brilliant Expanding REK Bookcase Grows Along With Your Library

Brilliant Expanding REK Bookcase Grows Along With Your Library

Reinier de Jong just launched a new scaled-down version of his brilliant expanding REK Bookcase. The bookcase is made of poplar plywood sourced from sustainably managed forests in Europe, and it's able to

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IT Dad’s Dream to Sail His 10 Children to Alaska in a Giant Off-Grid Barge Nears Reality

IT Dad’s Dream to Sail His 10 Children to Alaska in a Giant Off-Grid Barge Nears Reality

To fulfill a longstanding dream to sail his 10 children to Alaska, Eddie Ebel recruited two of his oldest sons to construct a giant off-grid barge. The Dad, who is also a missionary, believes that

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B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Upcycled Barn Wood Conference Tables and Thrifted Decor

B:Hive Co-Working Space Features Upcycled Barn Wood Conference Tables and Thrifted Decor

“We wanted to create something that couldn’t be replicated,” explains Madeline Rhodes about the array of edgy thrifted furniture and upcycled barn wood tabletops. Rhodes, a master thrifter and

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Japan’s Millennium City Commune Provides an Earth-Friendly Utopia in Gigantic Greenhouses

Japan’s Millennium City Commune Provides an Earth-Friendly Utopia in Gigantic Greenhouses

Japanese architect Hiroshi Iguchi has once again shown us that greenhouses are more than just homes for plants and veggies. To demonstrate how humans can also benefit from spending time in these large

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Beijing’s Haworth Showroom Named World’s First LEED v4 Certified Project

Beijing’s Haworth Showroom Named World’s First LEED v4 Certified Project

The Parkview Green itself is already a marvel of sustainable architecture: The 800,000 sq ft mixed-use development features a glass and ETFE envelope that minimizes heating and cooling demands all year

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