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L.A. Artist Handcrafts Luxurious Chandeliers Entirely From Trashed Bike Parts

L.A. Artist Handcrafts Luxurious Chandeliers Entirely From Trashed Bike Parts

Artist Carolina (Caro) Fontoura Alzaga challenges the "necessity for the new" by creating magnificent Victorian style chandeliers from trashed bike parts sourced from local Los Angeles shops. Many of the

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UpSki Snow Parachute Ditches the Chairlifts for an Adrenaline-Filled Trip Up the Mountain

UpSki Snow Parachute Ditches the Chairlifts for an Adrenaline-Filled Trip Up the Mountain

For some winter sports fanatics, sitting on a chairlift is wasted time that could be better spent dominating the slopes. A team of designers in Colorado have invented the UpSki to offer skiers a fun and

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LEED Platinum Pine+Minor Apartments Mix Work & Living in Downtown Seattle

LEED Platinum Pine+Minor Apartments Mix Work & Living in Downtown Seattle

The new Pine+Minor apartment complex sits at the corner of Pine and Minor near the edge of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Located on the Pine-Pike corridor, the building is conveniently located for access

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More than 1,000 London Cyclists Stage Die-In to Call for Greater Road Safety

More than 1,000 London Cyclists Stage Die-In to Call for Greater Road Safety

A crowd of over 1,000 cyclists gathered outside Transport for London headquarters on Friday to protest what they say is dangerous transport infrastructure in the city. The protest comes after a rough

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Open Air Gjennomsikte Pavilion Doubles as a Lakeside Retreat and Theater Stage

Open Air Gjennomsikte Pavilion Doubles as a Lakeside Retreat and Theater Stage

This project was built in connection with the walkabout project (Breddelangs), which is a local initiative organized to bring awareness to the Lahelle river area. The green park surrounding the pavilion

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Vintage Bicycles Get Crocheted in Cape Town

Vintage Bicycles Get Crocheted in Cape Town

Whether you want to call it yarn-bombing or guerrilla knitting, this craze has spread across the world in a colorful display of environmentally friendly public art. Isabeau Joubert has done something

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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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Beijing Cracks Down on Over 300 Barbecues to Reduce Pollution

Beijing Cracks Down on Over 300 Barbecues to Reduce Pollution

Following up on their recent ban of outdoor barbecues in Beijing, city officials have destroyed more than 300 of the outdoor eateries as part of a three-month long campaign to slash smog. The barbecues,

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Modern Bicycle Bridge Opens Up in Maassluis,The Netherlands

Modern Bicycle Bridge Opens Up in Maassluis,The Netherlands

This week, a beautifully modern and lightweight bicycle bridge was opened to the public in Maassluis, The Netherlands. The 90-meter long descending route located along the old Maasdike is designed as a

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E-Fox Velomobile is Both a Bicycle and a Car for Urban Commuters

E-Fox Velomobile is Both a Bicycle and a Car for Urban Commuters

Riding a bicycle is a great way to commute to work every day - but what if you need to carry supplies, or even worse, if it starts to rain? Enter the E-Fox, a hybrid vehicle that combines the

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Eduoard Martinet Upcycles Junk into Delicate Insect Sculptures

Eduoard Martinet Upcycles Junk into Delicate Insect Sculptures

Martinet’s junk sculptures are unique in their beautiful craftsmanship. Despite being made from clunky elements like used bike chains, typewriter heads and drawer handles, each sculpture appears to be

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Ralf Holleis Unveils Ultralight Custom Track Bike With 3D Printed Lugs

Ralf Holleis Unveils Ultralight Custom Track Bike With 3D Printed Lugs

European product designer Ralf Holleis created this stunning super lightweight track bike using 3D printing technology. The VRZ 2's 3D printed lugs are made from titanium alloy and the bike's frame is

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LAST CHANCE: Vote for your Favorite Green Halloween Costume!

LAST CHANCE: Vote for your Favorite Green Halloween Costume!

Today is the LAST DAY of our Green Halloween Costume Contest - and the competition is too close to call! Sprinkle Dirtybottom the baby gnome is currently neck and neck with the Muppet Selves, but Donkey

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Vote for Your Favorite Green Halloween Costume Contest Finalist!

Vote for Your Favorite Green Halloween Costume Contest Finalist!

Heads up trick or treaters! Our Green Halloween Costume Contest drew dozens of creepy, clever and incredibly crafted DIY costumes from across the states - and now that the candy corn is gone it's time to

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Win a Kilo Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Worth $399 in Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Win a Kilo Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Worth $399 in Inhabitat’s Green Halloween Costume Contest!

Heads up Inhabitants! Halloween may be over but you still have until tonight to submit your DIY costumes into our Green Halloween contest! We asked you to ditch the big box stores and cheesy

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Keyless Lock8 Bicycle Lock Sends Theft Alerts to Your Smartphone

Keyless Lock8 Bicycle Lock Sends Theft Alerts to Your Smartphone

Lock8 is the world’s first smart bike lock that can be operated via smartphone! The keyless lock has a GPS tracker that helps users find their bicycles when they are either misplaced or stolen. It is

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More Bikes Were Sold Than Cars Last Year in 23 European Countries!

More Bikes Were Sold Than Cars Last Year in 23 European Countries!

Bicycle photo from Shutterstock The bicycle and the automobile were invented in Germany, so the European love affair with both modes of transportation goes back a long time. However last year bike

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Japanese Shipwright Sueshiro Sano Creates Stunning Wooden Bicycles

Japanese Shipwright Sueshiro Sano Creates Stunning Wooden Bicycles

Tokyo-based Sueshiro Sano comes from a long legacy of shipwrights - however he’s using his skills to design and produce beautiful bespoke wooden bicycles. Sano’s bicycles are crafted from Honduran

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E-Velocipede: Electric Version of World’s First Bicycle Rides Like it’s 1865

E-Velocipede: Electric Version of World’s First Bicycle Rides Like it’s 1865

E-Velocipede "Concept 1865" bicycle is propelled by a 250W electric drive integrated within the rear wheel. A rechargeable battery is integrated into the saddle, and at the end of the day riders can

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Futuristic LED-Lit Hovenring Bicycle Path Hovers Over Car Traffic in Veldhoven

Futuristic LED-Lit Hovenring Bicycle Path Hovers Over Car Traffic in Veldhoven

Now separated from the car traffic below, bicyclists can enjoy the freedom and peace of mind to travel comfortably. The roundabout below the Hovenring is a major intersection along the A2 highway, one of

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“Saber-Toothed” Whale is the Latest Deep Sea Creature to Wash Ashore in California

“Saber-Toothed” Whale is the Latest Deep Sea Creature to Wash Ashore in California

First an 18 foot oarfish appeared off the coast of California, followed five days later by a second sea serpent, and now a super-rare "saber-toothed" whale has washed ashore on Venice Beach near Los

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Cricket Silent Bike Alarm Alerts Your iPhone to Prevent Theft

Cricket Silent Bike Alarm Alerts Your iPhone to Prevent Theft

A new silent alarm could make bicycle theft a thing of the past. The Cricket works in a similar way to standard security alarms, except it is combined with a free iPhone app. If anyone touches or moves

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Madrid’s New Repsol Campus Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

Madrid’s New Repsol Campus Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

It’s not often that we see oil companies making serious environmental initiatives an integral part of their corporate portfolio, but at least one company is seemingly coming out as a leader by

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1940′s U-Boat Hall Converted into RS + Yellow Furniture Outlet in Hannover

1940′s U-Boat Hall Converted into RS + Yellow Furniture Outlet in Hannover

The Hanomag U-Boat Hall was completed in 1944 at the tail end of WW II, and it was never used for armament production. (Its location in Hannover away from the coast is curious and does not seem logical

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FlyKly Smart Wheel Snaps Onto Any Bike to Give it an Electric Boost

FlyKly Smart Wheel Snaps Onto Any Bike to Give it an Electric Boost

Lots of people would love to bike to work. Or school, or the theater. Pedaling your way around town is a great way to burn calories and curb carbon emissions. Unfortunately, the trade off is a lot of

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Dutch City Boasts Three Times as Many Bikes as Cars!

Dutch City Boasts Three Times as Many Bikes as Cars!

The ancient university town of Groningen in the north of the Netherlands is one of the world's most bicycle-friendly cities. Groningen boasts around 300,000 bikes and only 75,000 cars, and it's a model

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Yves Behar’s New Centro Tower Brings Sustainability and Walkable Urbanism to Downtown Miami

Yves Behar’s New Centro Tower Brings Sustainability and Walkable Urbanism to Downtown Miami

With 352 units and dramatic 10-foot ceilings, The Centro swaps floors of lifeless gray parking for spacious lofts and a lower overall carbon footprint. In lieu of a built-in parking garage, residents will

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MenoMenoPiu Unveils Plans for Wind-Powered Alvar Aalto Campus Otaniemi

MenoMenoPiu Unveils Plans for Wind-Powered Alvar Aalto Campus Otaniemi

The four sides of the courtyard unfold along the axis of the main road and create an urban square that is shared by students and other inhabitants of the city. The courtyard frames the view of the main

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Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

Ai Weiwei’s Stunning Forever Bicycles Installation is a 3D Labyrinth of 3,144 Bicycles

If you liked Ai Weiwei’s incredible Forever Bicycles installation at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) in 2011, its recreation for this year’s La Nuit Blanche all-night culture festival in Toronto

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