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Chilean Student Designs Pedal-Powered Mobile Shelter for People and Their Bikes

Chilean Student Designs Pedal-Powered Mobile Shelter for People and Their Bikes

Endless Cycling is Cáceres Céspedes' first prototype, created as a mobile construction that can be used for bike training, racing or touring purposes. Already tested in Chile’s Central Valley,

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INTERVIEW: Building Science Pioneer Dr. Joe Lstiburek on the Good, Bad and Ugly Side of Buildings

INTERVIEW: Building Science Pioneer Dr. Joe Lstiburek on the Good, Bad and Ugly Side of Buildings

The term 'building science' is used quite often now in sustainable building circles, but much of what we understand of it can be traced back to the work of Dr. Joe Lstiburek, founder of

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Fly6 Rear-Facing Bike Light Camera Spies on Unruly Drivers with its Little Red Eye

Fly6 Rear-Facing Bike Light Camera Spies on Unruly Drivers with its Little Red Eye

Have you ever been riding your bike down the road and had a car cut you off or come too close for comfort? I'll bet you wished you had a camera running so you could hold them accountable. With car-cyclist

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Watch This Amazing Video of Norman the Bike-Riding Dog

Watch This Amazing Video of Norman the Bike-Riding Dog

Norman developed his talents with help from his owner, Karen Cobb, who can be seen coaching and encouraging him in his videos. When he's not riding, he competes in agility, herding and obedience

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URB-E: Lightweight Folding Electric Scooter is Perfect for the ‘Last Mile’ of Your Commute

URB-E: Lightweight Folding Electric Scooter is Perfect for the ‘Last Mile’ of Your Commute

In commuter terms, the "last mile" refers to the challenges of getting people from their homes and places of business to a given transit hub and back again, and it's a major consideration in efforts to

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Splendid Cycles Opens Up a New Cargo Bike Shop in Portland, Oregon

Splendid Cycles Opens Up a New Cargo Bike Shop in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon’s local economy has expanded its embrace of bicycles, and so too has it expanded its uses for bikes. Now, enter the cargo bike, a game-changing vehicle for people with kids or lots of

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Old Public Bus Salvaged to Create Affordable Housing in Israel

Old Public Bus Salvaged to Create Affordable Housing in Israel

Tali Shaul, a psychotherapist, and Hagit Morevski, an ecological pond water treatment specialist, became friends after their two sons started playing together. Sharing similar views, the two spent a long

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Empire Cycles Unveils the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Bike Frame

Empire Cycles Unveils the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Bike Frame

Bike manufacturer Empire Cycles just unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed titanium bike frame! According to it's manufacturers, the super light MX-6 can be “trashed downhill but allows a rider to

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La Petite Ceinture is a Waste-Free Traveling Market on a Train in Paris

La Petite Ceinture is a Waste-Free Traveling Market on a Train in Paris

La Petite Ceinture is a proposal for a traveling market that would transform an abandoned Parisian train line into low-impact infrastructures for farm-fresh fruits and veggies. The project would

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INTERVIEW: We Talk to Bicycle Library Founder Karta Healy

INTERVIEW: We Talk to Bicycle Library Founder Karta Healy

Last week, we showcased the Bicycle Library, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, and it was so unusual that we had to get in touch with its founder and pick his brain. We needed to know what

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Talking Public Space and Urban Intervention With San Francisco’s Rebar Studio

Talking Public Space and Urban Intervention With San Francisco’s Rebar Studio

INHABITAT: How did Rebar get its start? MATT: Rebar started around a project called the Cabinet National Library. We were inspired by an art magazine in Brooklyn called Cabinet, which had bought a

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Efficient Aquitanis Community Housing Complex Initiates a Vibrant Urban Renewal for Small French Town

Efficient Aquitanis Community Housing Complex Initiates a Vibrant Urban Renewal for Small French Town

The Aquitanis complex distributes 36 apartments over the top three floors, each singularly spaced around an open communal patio. The design strategically placed separate but interconnecting blocks

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INTERVIEW: Sustainability Advisor Lonny Grafman on the Waterpod

INTERVIEW: Sustainability Advisor Lonny Grafman on the Waterpod

If you live in New York City, you may soon have the chance to check out the Waterpod, an incredible self-reliant eco-habitat, exhibition, and living space designed to showcase sustainable grassroots

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Pine Cones, Moss and Rotten Food Fuel One of Europe’s Greenest Cities

Pine Cones, Moss and Rotten Food Fuel One of Europe’s Greenest Cities

Växjö in Southern Sweden relies on its renewable energy, clean transport and energy conservation initiatives to justify calling itself "Europe's Greenest City." Local council member Henrik Johansson

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The Begyle Brewing Company Gets a Brand New Tasting Room Designed by moss design

The Begyle Brewing Company Gets a Brand New Tasting Room Designed by moss design

The new tasting room for Begyle Brewing Company, by moss design, showcases their love of beer with sleekly finished industrial materials. With pendant lights made from old helium tank caps and salvaged

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Chainless INgSOC Hybrid Bike is Out of This World

Chainless INgSOC Hybrid Bike is Out of This World

Finally, proof that we're not alone - where else could the design of this INgSOC hybrid bike come from but an advanced alien species? The INgSOC combines the aerodynamic shape of a triathlon bike with

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Crazy Hoverbike is Capable of Flying to 10,000 Feet

Crazy Hoverbike is Capable of Flying to 10,000 Feet

Even though this crazy hoverbike hasn’t yet left the inventor's neighborhood, the high-flying invention has some amazing potential. Designed by Australian Chris Malloy the bike is capable of traveling

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Will Citi Bike Be Affected by the Bankruptcy of the Company That Developed Its Bike Sharing Tech?

Will Citi Bike Be Affected by the Bankruptcy of the Company That Developed Its Bike Sharing Tech?

News that the company that helped develop the tech behind NYC's Citi Bike system has filed for bankruptcy has many wondering how the bike sharing program will be affected. Bixi, a Montreal-based

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Stuart Haygarth’s Opulent Chandeliers Are Made Entirely from Recycled Objects

Stuart Haygarth’s Opulent Chandeliers Are Made Entirely from Recycled Objects

Designer Stuart Haygarth creates dazzling functional art entirely from upcycled, discarded objects. For the past decade Haygarth has collaged toys, auto parts, and even eye glass parts into luxurious

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Minnesota-Based Duo Builds Three-Wheeled Hybrid Electric Vehicle That Gets 75 Miles Per Charge

Minnesota-Based Duo Builds Three-Wheeled Hybrid Electric Vehicle That Gets 75 Miles Per Charge

The Human Electric Vehicle is a three-wheeled, energy-efficient vehicle that is part car, part motorcycle and part kayak bike. It combines the pedal power of a bicycle with an electric engine and features

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Butchers & Bicycles Redefines Urban Mobility with Mk1 Tilt-Action Cargo Trike

Butchers & Bicycles Redefines Urban Mobility with Mk1 Tilt-Action Cargo Trike

If you love the functionality of a cargo bike but prefer the fluid steering of an upright bicycle, you'll love Butchers & Bicycles' Mk1, a belted tilt-action cargo trike that combines the best of both

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Ricardo Bofill Transforms Cement Factory Ruins Into Castle-Like Architecture Headquarters

Ricardo Bofill Transforms Cement Factory Ruins Into Castle-Like Architecture Headquarters

Simply dubbed the Cement Factory, the complex hosts Bofill’s architectural offices, archives, a model laboratory, exhibition space, his personal apartment, guest rooms, and extensive gardens. The

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Portland’s Record-Breaking Bikescraper has 1,200 Parking Spots for Bikes

Portland’s Record-Breaking Bikescraper has 1,200 Parking Spots for Bikes

The new Hassalo on Eighth residential complex in Portland, Oregon will have no less than 1,200 bike parking spots for its tenants - the largest number in North America! GBD Architects designed four

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Lush Green Roof Terrace Crowns LEED Platinum-Seeking Office in Silicon Valley

Lush Green Roof Terrace Crowns LEED Platinum-Seeking Office in Silicon Valley

The tech giants of Silicon Valley are no strangers to sustainable design, and brick's recently completed office building bears no exception. Designed as the future home of Nuance Communications, the

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Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future?

Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future?

The many problems associated with urban traffic congestion have multiplied in the past few decades, and there's few feasible solutions in sight. Can the failed single-occupancy Motoplan designed in the

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Wowhaus Transforms 4 Lane Highway into Moscow’s First Year-Round Urban Park

Wowhaus Transforms 4 Lane Highway into Moscow’s First Year-Round Urban Park

Located along the edge of the Moskva River, the renovated embankment is linked with nearby Gorky Park and an existing six mile long pedestrian and cycle path. Starting at the Krymskaya bridge, Muzeon Park

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Forest Symphony Allows Humans to Hear Photosynthesis (Video)

Forest Symphony Allows Humans to Hear Photosynthesis (Video)

Ryuichi Sakamoto "ART-ENVIRONMENT-LIFE" from YCAM on Vimeo. Imagine being able to watch and listen to the process of photosynthesis. After the massive earthquake that shook Japan in 2011, Ryuichi

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Green Design Predictions for 2014

Green Design Predictions for 2014

Bill McKibben Environmentalist, Green Journalist, President and Co-Founder of 350.org I think it's going to be the year when it finally hits home that we've got to keep most fossil fuel

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Schwinn’s CycleNav Helps Bicyclists Navigate Without Riding into a Tree

Schwinn’s CycleNav Helps Bicyclists Navigate Without Riding into a Tree

Schwinn’s new CycleNav Smart Bike Navigator helps riders navigate unfamiliar areas safely and simply. The handle-bar mounted device connects to a smart phone via Bluetooth, and gives riders audible

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The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

The iBAPS Smart Bike Creates a “Safety Zone” to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

In the United States, two people are killed every day in cycling-related accidents. In a bid to save lives while still encouraging more people to take up two-wheeled transportation, students at the

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