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Time Circus Builds a Floating Vegetable Garden on an Abandoned Ship Crane in Belgium

Time Circus Builds a Floating Vegetable Garden on an Abandoned Ship Crane in Belgium

Antwerp’s MAS Museum lent the people at Time Circus an old unused crane on which the collective built their cool green space. Anchored at Bonapartedok, the experimental space is designed to engage

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naCa and Studiodeda’s Modern Chicken Coops Pop Up in Sicily

naCa and Studiodeda’s Modern Chicken Coops Pop Up in Sicily

Italy-based DettoFatto is an ongoing collaborative laboratory that brings together creative designers and architects to construct furniture, installations, and microarchitecture projects. naCa and

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Onion Pinch: Swaying Cork Art installation Invites Passersby to Rock and Relax

Onion Pinch: Swaying Cork Art installation Invites Passersby to Rock and Relax

NY/ Turin-based architect Caterina Tiazzoldi teamed up with NY/ Lisbon-based architect Eduardo Benamor Duarte to create Onion Pinch - a playful eco art installation made entirely from sustainably-sourced

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Attend the ‘Never Built: Los Angeles’ Fundraiser This Saturday and Tour the Joshua Tree Home of Tim Disney

Attend the ‘Never Built: Los Angeles’ Fundraiser This Saturday and Tour the Joshua Tree Home of Tim Disney

Heading to Palm Springs for Modernism Week? If you plan on staying in the desert oasis through the weekend, be sure to stop by the A+D Museum and Blu Homes' fundraising event at the home of Tim Disney

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Archi-Union Architects Renovates Drab Shanghai Office into Curvilinear Jade Art Museum

Archi-Union Architects Renovates Drab Shanghai Office into Curvilinear Jade Art Museum

An old office building in Shanghai has been given a new life as the serene Jade Art Museum. Designed by Archi-Union Architects, the renovation transformed a sterile office space into an innovative art

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Old Coal Mine Complex in Poland to Be Reconfigured into a Science and Art Center

Old Coal Mine Complex in Poland to Be Reconfigured into a Science and Art Center

As of 2011, Poland consumes 77 million tons of coal per year, which makes it the second-largest coal consumer in the European Union and the 10th largest in the world. But since the late 1980s, coal

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Sure Architecture’s Perforated Yinchuan Exhibition Center Reflects Islamic Architecture in Northwest China

Sure Architecture’s Perforated Yinchuan Exhibition Center Reflects Islamic Architecture in Northwest China

Sure Architecture's Yinchuan Exhibition Center is designed to unite the Chinese and Arabic Axis while also functioning as a premier cultural institution. The building's perforated facade features carved

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iGreen: Giant Sphere Made From Thousands of Recycled CDs and DVDs Coming to China

iGreen: Giant Sphere Made From Thousands of Recycled CDs and DVDs Coming to China

In China, someone's old music collection is getting a second chance at life. MINIWIZ Sustainable Energy Development Ltd recently announced plans to build the iGreen, an aviation museum featuring a 5D

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Dennis Maher Transforms His Home into a Living Art Exhibition of Found Objects

Dennis Maher Transforms His Home into a Living Art Exhibition of Found Objects

Maher is the current artist-in-residence at Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the city’s main art museum. Also an assistant professor of architecture, Maher has dedicated his artistic side to

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Hundreds of Discarded Books Spew From the Windows of the Hague’s Meermanno Museum

Hundreds of Discarded Books Spew From the Windows of the Hague’s Meermanno Museum

Foreign comic books, romantic novels, heavy encyclopedias and children’s schoolbooks are all part of Alicia Martín bizarre creations. Martin’s latest work at the Museum Meermanno is a monumental book

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San Francisco Bay Bridge to Be Adorned With 25,000 LED Lights This Year

San Francisco Bay Bridge to Be Adorned With 25,000 LED Lights This Year

Soon San Francisco Bay Area commuters will have something more entertaining to stare at in traffic than the tail lights of the car in front of them. As the Bay Bridge enters its 75th year in 2013, it is

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Steven Holl Architects Unveil Green-Roofed Ecology and Planning Museum for Tianjin Ecocity, China

Steven Holl Architects Unveil Green-Roofed Ecology and Planning Museum for Tianjin Ecocity, China

The project consists of two museums; the Ecology museum will be connected via a high-speed tram to the central business district of the Ecocity itself, and will focus specifically on Earth to Earth, Earth

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“Party Wall” Made of Skateboard Scraps Wins MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program Competition

“Party Wall” Made of Skateboard Scraps Wins MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program Competition

Every year, New Yorkers look forward to MoMA PS1's Warm Up parties as a symbol of summer fun, and it looks like they'll be in for a treat once again. The Long Island City museum recently announced the

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Incredible Scenes and Landscapes Made Entirely from Recycled Blue Jeans

Incredible Scenes and Landscapes Made Entirely from Recycled Blue Jeans

Berry, aka Denimu, first started his work with denim after being greeted by a pile of old jeans after a trip to his childhood home in Huddersfield, England. Where most people would see a heap of garbage

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Seoul’s Green-Roofed H-House Unifies Three Generations of a Single Family

Seoul’s Green-Roofed H-House Unifies Three Generations of a Single Family

The award-winning home occupies a small plot in the dense neighborhood of Seongbuk-dong. It's located in an alley that winds down a hill, so Bang By Min designed a rising series of outdoor spaces and

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Specimen’s Hand-Crafted Horn Speakers Are Made from Recycled Newsprint and Dryer Lint

Specimen’s Hand-Crafted Horn Speakers Are Made from Recycled Newsprint and Dryer Lint

Not only are Specimen's horn speakers visually intriguing with their flared newsprint protrusion, but they project larger-than-life sound using only 3 watts of power. The technology employed was common in

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Innovative Sprout Space Prefab Classroom On Its Way to the National Building Museum

Innovative Sprout Space Prefab Classroom On Its Way to the National Building Museum

Sprout Space has a threefold mission: to provide healthy, sustainable, and flexible spaces for students to learn. Perkins + Will's design rethinks the issues associated with temporary and modular

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Peru Moves to Protect Fossils from Dakar Rally 2013 Car Race

Peru Moves to Protect Fossils from Dakar Rally 2013 Car Race

Peru’s government is taking steps to protect one of the world’s largest fossil deposits from being damaged by the 2013 Dakar Rally. The Culture Ministry said they’re marking all access points to the

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Luxury Buenos Aires Grand Hotel Aims for LEED Certification

Luxury Buenos Aires Grand Hotel Aims for LEED Certification

The Buenos Aires Grand Hotel may have just opened in October, but it is already gunning for LEED certification.  The modern hotel has all the comfort and amenities of a luxury hotel, with the

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VIDEO: MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli Takes Inhabitat on a Tour of ‘Talk to Me’

VIDEO: MoMA Curator Paola Antonelli Takes Inhabitat on a Tour of ‘Talk to Me’

Everyone from design nerds and art critics to tech geeks and gadget junkies has sung the praises of “Talk to Me,” the Museum of Modern Art’s latest special exhibit that puts technology

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Top 7 Ecouterre Eco Fashion Stories of 2012 – Vote for Your Favorite!

Top 7 Ecouterre Eco Fashion Stories of 2012 – Vote for Your Favorite!

The world of eco-fashion world really impressed us this year with amazing, innovative creations and some mind-boggling stories! From an extreme minimalist who owns only 16 items to a real-life Harry

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Happy Holidays from Team Inhabitat!

Happy Holidays from Team Inhabitat!

Photo: News writer, Timon Singh Season's greetings, dear readers! From chilly NYC to snowy Salt Lake City to the hot summer streets of Buenos Aires, team Inhabitat is sending you warm holiday wishes

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Kate MacDowell Masterfully Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by Nature

Kate MacDowell Masterfully Crafts Porcelain Sculptures Inspired by Nature

Kate MacDowell and her ghostly sculptures are beautiful and somewhat haunting examinations of the human relationship with nature. Each piece is molded by hand and then hollowed. Choosing porcelain for its

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Irony Abounds: Big Pit Coal Mining Museum in the UK Installs Solar Panels to Save Cash

Irony Abounds: Big Pit Coal Mining Museum in the UK Installs Solar Panels to Save Cash

It seems that irony is a dish best served coal. The Wales National Coal Mining Museum located in Big Pit, Blaenavon, Nr Abergavenny in south Wales has just installed a huge solar panel array to save

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BIG Wants To Put Phoenix On the Map With a Giant Pin Observation Tower

BIG Wants To Put Phoenix On the Map With a Giant Pin Observation Tower

The Pin Phoenix Observation Tower is being developed by boutique real estate company Novawest and designed by Denmark-based BIG. Unlike many other big cities, Phoenix does not have an observation tower to

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7 Eco-Shelters for Surviving the 12-21-12 Apocalypse

7 Eco-Shelters for Surviving the 12-21-12 Apocalypse

Survival Condo: Bunker-Apartment in the US If you were looking for a totally indestructible shelter for surviving the approaching 2012-doomsday scenario, a converted nuclear ballistic missile silo

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Sebastian Errazuriz Transforms Chile’s National Stadium into a Temporary Park

Sebastian Errazuriz Transforms Chile’s National Stadium into a Temporary Park

In an installation that stood for peace, artist Sebastian Errazuriz transformed a football stadium into a public park. Chile’s National Stadium was once the site of horrific genocide, a place where

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Henning Larsen Architects’ New Umeå Art Museum in Sweden is Bathed in Cool Nordic Light

Henning Larsen Architects’ New Umeå Art Museum in Sweden is Bathed in Cool Nordic Light

The museum comprises three vertically stacked exhibition halls, with the total gross floor area of 3,500 square meters (37,674 square feet). The large halls are supported by four legs that create a narrow

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MDC Interiors Creates Awesome LEGO Table With the Help of 3rd Grade Students

MDC Interiors Creates Awesome LEGO Table With the Help of 3rd Grade Students

MDC Interiors was invited to work with The Museum School of Avondale Estates for an art auction to raise money for the school - and they teamed up with a group of talented third graders to assemble this

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Nelson Cultural Center: A LEED Gold Addition to the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis

Nelson Cultural Center: A LEED Gold Addition to the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis

The American Swedish Institute has long been a destination and gathering place for Swedish Americans in Minneapolis' culturally diverse Phillips West Neighborhood - and now it has even more to boast

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