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2013 INDEX: Award Winners Unveiled! Designs to Improve Life Receive €500,000 Prize

2013 INDEX: Award Winners Unveiled! Designs to Improve Life Receive €500,000 Prize

Smart Highway While car technology has advanced by leaps and bounds in the past century, roads have remained basically unchanged since the late 1800s. Dutch designer Daan Roosegaard plans to change

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Couple Leave Their Jobs to Build a Recycled Windows Love Nest

Couple Leave Their Jobs to Build a Recycled Windows Love Nest

To make their dreamlike home and watch the sun set over the mountains, the romantic duo came up with the idea of building the whole facade from windows. That way they will get plenty of natural light in,

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Solomon’s Castle: a 12,000-Square-Foot Fort Made From Recycled Materials in the Swamps of Florida

Solomon’s Castle: a 12,000-Square-Foot Fort Made From Recycled Materials in the Swamps of Florida

Artist Howard Solomon has fulfilled every kid’s dream by building himself a castle out of recycled materials! Located in Ona, Florida, this 12,000-square-foot home has it all-a moat, dungeon, gardens,

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Shelburne Museum for the Arts Adds a Light-Filled LEED Addition to Its Beautiful Campus

Shelburne Museum for the Arts Adds a Light-Filled LEED Addition to Its Beautiful Campus

The new Pizzagalli Center is set on a lush hill, nestled between a series of historic buildings that flank the museum campus. Adjacent to the front of the glassy structure runs Vermont’s Route 7, a busy

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Foscarini is Now Offering LED Versions of Classic Lamps

Foscarini is Now Offering LED Versions of Classic Lamps

Italian lighting company Foscarini describes its lamps as "not only lamps but pure emotions." That should give you an idea how seriously the company takes its craft. And now we're pleased to report

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LED Fish Bellies Celebrate Biological and Human Diversity in Texas

LED Fish Bellies Celebrate Biological and Human Diversity in Texas

The fish bellies installed on campus are made with layers of frosted acrylic. During the day they are translucent but at night they are illuminated with a rich palette of colored LED lights. The

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Earthship Biotecture to Build Green Community Center in Malawi from Earth and Recycled Materials

Earthship Biotecture to Build Green Community Center in Malawi from Earth and Recycled Materials

Earthship architecture not only incorporates natural materials to build off-grid homes and other structures, but also relies on waste materials such as plastic bottles, disused rubber tires, glass and a

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Artist Natsuko Kogure Creates Over 600 Colorful Octopi From Recycled Newspaper

Artist Natsuko Kogure Creates Over 600 Colorful Octopi From Recycled Newspaper

Kogure recently exhibited over 600 of her bright, whimsical octopi at Gallery Le Bain. Each of her marvelous mollusks is composed of recycled newspaper and carries a unique expression, color palette, and

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Tiny Green Roofed Bike Shed in London is Made from Recycled Yogurt Containers

Tiny Green Roofed Bike Shed in London is Made from Recycled Yogurt Containers

The eco shed replaces a boring old B&Q shed at a bike-loving couple's back yard in Camden Town, and it can fit 11 bikes inside. It was constructed from an FSC wooden frame, recycled yogurt carton

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French Team Construct a Cool Catamaran Out of Recycled Plastic Bottles

French Team Construct a Cool Catamaran Out of Recycled Plastic Bottles

Each year the french city of Saint-Victor-sur-Loire hosts a popular raft race that draws visitors from around the region. However one team, Open Sources, decided to put a green spin on their entry to this

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Brazil’s World Cup Buses to Run on Recycled Cooking Oil Biofuel

Brazil’s World Cup Buses to Run on Recycled Cooking Oil Biofuel

Brazil is preparing to host the World Cup next year, but the nation won't only be showing off its soccer skills. The world's largest producer of biodiesel also plans to provide green transportation for

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Rypen Launches Blend Collection With Recycled Steel Foundation Desk

Rypen Launches Blend Collection With Recycled Steel Foundation Desk

Rypen.com just launched its own line of furniture and home goods called the Rypen Blend Collection. The first product in the collection is the American-made, recycled, solid steel Foundation Desk. The

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Modular Modern COMMOD House is Made From Recycled Shipping Containers

Modular Modern COMMOD House is Made From Recycled Shipping Containers

The COMMOD House by ContainMe! is a 100% recyclable modular house made from repurposed shipping containers. The modern home can grow or shrink according to its residents' needs, it features a low energy

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New Study Shows Rich People’s Bodies Are Filled With Different Toxins

New Study Shows Rich People’s Bodies Are Filled With Different Toxins

Sushi photo from Shutterstock It’s no secret that most adults in the US are bombarded with pollutants on a daily basis. But a recent study in Environment International has found that the chemical

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Recycled Slate-ish Tiles Offer a Beautiful Alternative to Mined and Imported Slate

Recycled Slate-ish Tiles Offer a Beautiful Alternative to Mined and Imported Slate

Slate-ish is a beautiful sustainable surface material made from reclaimed paper-laminate scrap. The durable, lightweight tiles offer a great alternative to natural slate stone, which is often mined

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LivingLight: Hanging Garden OLED Pendant Lights Are Powered by the Soil They Contain

LivingLight: Hanging Garden OLED Pendant Lights Are Powered by the Soil They Contain

Michael Oechsle’s gorgeous LivingLights are hanging gardens that illuminate interiors while freshening the air with living plants. Each ambient OLED light is powered by an “earth battery” that

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Philips Launches Colorful “Friends of Hue” Lights for Their Smartphone Controlled LED Lighting System

Philips Launches Colorful “Friends of Hue” Lights for Their Smartphone Controlled LED Lighting System

Here at Inhabitat we’re always thrilled to share exciting new innovations in lighting from our friends at Philips. The company recently announced that this Thursday, August 8th, they will officially

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LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

LightRails: Dark Alabama Underpass Springs to Life With a Rainbow of LED Lights

The 18th Street underpass features delicate Art Deco architectural details, and passes through the popular Railroad Park in Birmingham. It connects two major areas of the city, the Parks District and the

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Drinking Bottled Water May Cause Premature Wrinkles, Experts Warn

Drinking Bottled Water May Cause Premature Wrinkles, Experts Warn

Photo via Shutterstock Bottled water has its fair share of downsides, from the horrendous environmental impact of all that plastic, to the risks associated with BPAs—but did you know it could also be

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New York’s So-Called Greenest Skyscraper Actually Found to Be an Energy Hog

New York’s So-Called Greenest Skyscraper Actually Found to Be an Energy Hog

It looks like all that glitters is not LEED Gold (or LEED Platinum in the case of 1 Bryant Park). The NYC skyscraper has been called the greenest in the city but according to a report by The New Republic,

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Los Angeles Completes the World’s Largest LED Street Light Retrofit

Los Angeles Completes the World’s Largest LED Street Light Retrofit

According to an article by Justin Gerdes for Forbes, last month the city of Los Angeles completed the world’s largest LED street light retrofit, changing over 141,089 street lights to energy efficient

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5 Handy Green Gardening Tools Made from Recycled Materials

5 Handy Green Gardening Tools Made from Recycled Materials

Digging into gardening is a great way to live a greener lifestyle. Growing your own organic produce, planting a bee-friendly lawn, and setting aside an area of your garden specifically for wildlife can

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Koa Produces World’s First “Organic” Bottled Water

Koa Produces World’s First “Organic” Bottled Water

If the concept of bottled water strikes you as an environmental disaster, hold onto your reusable canteen - a company called Koa just launched the "world's first organic bottled water." Yes, you read that

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Alexis Tricoire Creates Recycled Hanging Mini Gardens For a Prague Mall

Alexis Tricoire Creates Recycled Hanging Mini Gardens For a Prague Mall

The Green Mobile Project by Alexis Tricoire is a series of hanging mini gardens above a set of escalators. The mobiles' sculptural form was inspired by shopping bags with a rectilinear volume with a

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Amazing Chairs Made From Recycled Washing Machine Parts

Amazing Chairs Made From Recycled Washing Machine Parts

Israeli industrial designer Antonina sees old defunct washing machines as more than just outdated appliances - she uses them as building blocks to create some pretty spiffy furniture. Her project “I

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US Military Drops Four Disabled Bombs on the Great Barrier Reef

US Military Drops Four Disabled Bombs on the Great Barrier Reef

The US military dropped four bombs weighing a total of 4,000 pounds on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park as part of a training exercise last week. The bombs, which were unarmed, were supposed to be

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Remains: Shani Langberg Transforms Waste Plastic Into Colorful Recycled Furniture

Remains: Shani Langberg Transforms Waste Plastic Into Colorful Recycled Furniture

Industrial designer Shani Langberg has created a series of furnishings made of left over pieces of rubbish taken from the 'Dispobud' factory, where disposable products such as non-woven fabric are

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Colorful Recycled Cardboard Artime Clock Can be Hung on the Wall or Set on Your Desk

Colorful Recycled Cardboard Artime Clock Can be Hung on the Wall or Set on Your Desk

Artime is a lightweight, versatile and sustainably designed clock that can easily be hung on the wall or set on a desk without the need for any additional materials. Designed by Pedro Gomes in

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Shimmering 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

Shimmering 12-Foot-Tall LEGO Replica of One World Trade Center Unveiled in New York

One World Trade Center isn't expected to be complete until 2014, but here's some news that should tide us over for a bit while we wait. Last week, Westchester's LEGOLAND Discovery Center unveiled a nearly

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‘Move the Hut’ Lawsuit Filed Against Architect Tom Kundig for Building on an Untouched Ridgeline in Methow Valley, WA

‘Move the Hut’ Lawsuit Filed Against Architect Tom Kundig for Building on an Untouched Ridgeline in Methow Valley, WA

We never would have expected Tom Kundig to be embroiled in legal battle with a community of conservationists, but the characteristically eco-minded architect was slapped with a lawsuit a few weeks ago by

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