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Bone Dusters Paleo Ale is Brewed From a 35-Million-Year-Old Whale Fossil

Bone Dusters Paleo Ale is Brewed From a 35-Million-Year-Old Whale Fossil

If you’ve ever wanted to know what dinosaur-flavored beer tastes like, now is your chance. Jason Osborne of paleontology and geology non-profit Paleo Quest has teamed up with Jasper Akerboom, a brew

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Canada’s New Moriyama RAIC International Prize to Rival the Pritzker and Stirling Prizes

Canada’s New Moriyama RAIC International Prize to Rival the Pritzker and Stirling Prizes

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and architect Raymond Moriyama have launched the new biannual Moriyama RAIC International Prize, which will rival the renowned Pritzker and Stirling Prizes. The

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Ai Weiwei’s New ‘Evidence’ Installation Features 6,000 Antique Chinese Stools

Ai Weiwei’s New ‘Evidence’ Installation Features 6,000 Antique Chinese Stools

According to German curator Gereon Sievernich, the collection of individual stools represents individuality in the face of today's mass-manufactured plastic goods. As for the exhibition's name, Evidence,

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Japanese-Inspired Woven Willow Kagome Sandpit Offers Natural Play for Kids in Vienna

Japanese-Inspired Woven Willow Kagome Sandpit Offers Natural Play for Kids in Vienna

The MuseumQuarter in Vienna commissioned PPAG Architects to design a sandpit for children in their inner courtyard. The designers then teamed up with Simon Oberhammer and Stefanie Meyer to develop a

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6 Awesome Repurposed Silos From Around the World

6 Awesome Repurposed Silos From Around the World

Some of the most beautiful designs we've seen over the years include stunning renovations of decommissioned industrial buildings. The most successful among these manage to keep the patina and grungy feel

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Adam Richards Architects’ Beautiful Ditchling Museum Contains a Spectacular Cabinet of Curiosities

Adam Richards Architects’ Beautiful Ditchling Museum Contains a Spectacular Cabinet of Curiosities

Adam Richards Architects' Ditchling Museum renovation is shaped like a small, dark chapel. The building's form was inspired by the rural buildings that surround it - however it stands out with its

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Former Pilot Builds Coffee Shop Shaped Like a Rolleiflex TLR Camera in South Korea

Former Pilot Builds Coffee Shop Shaped Like a Rolleiflex TLR Camera in South Korea

Built next to the creator's family home, The Dreamy Camera cafe had been a long-time dream of the creator and his family before they were able to turn their ideas into reality. The Rolleiflex model's twin

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Construction to Finally Begin on the World’s Tallest Tower Next Month

Construction to Finally Begin on the World’s Tallest Tower Next Month

After a few false starts and a lengthy delay, the world's tallest tower has finally been given a start date to begin construction. When it is completed, the Kingdom Tower will eventually stretch 3,280

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10 Incredible Designs by 2014 Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban

10 Incredible Designs by 2014 Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban

Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand Shigeru Ban designed, pro-bono, this stunning temporary Cardboard Cathedral for Christchurch following a devastating earthquake in 2011. Built with his

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INTERVIEW: Architect David Hertz Talks to Us About How To Build With Old Planes

INTERVIEW: Architect David Hertz Talks to Us About How To Build With Old Planes

Inhabitat: When did it first occur to you to use an old airplane to create parts of the house? David: I have been interested in what we Take, Make and Waste, from our society's waste streams for almost 3

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The Goods Line: Sydney Begins Work on its own High Line-Style Urban Park

The Goods Line: Sydney Begins Work on its own High Line-Style Urban Park

The Goods Line will be a 500-meter-long urban pedestrian and cycle network stretching from Railway Square through Ultimo to Darling Harbour. The park will serve as a hub that connects 80,000 students,

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David Beckham Unveils Design for Spectacular MLS Soccer Stadium in Miami

David Beckham Unveils Design for Spectacular MLS Soccer Stadium in Miami

David Beckham may have retired from playing soccer, but he's far from finished with the sport. The former English soccer star recently announced plans for a new state-of-the-art stadium to house his Major

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Shigeru Ban’s Incredible Cardboard Bridge Can Hold 20 People at a Time!

Shigeru Ban’s Incredible Cardboard Bridge Can Hold 20 People at a Time!

You wouldn't expect cardboard to be strong enough to build load-bearing infrastructure, but that's exactly what ingenious architect Shigeru Ban used to build a bridge across the Gardon River in France.

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Stara Kopalnia Coal Mine and 16 Buildings to be Repurposed as a Massive Public Complex in Poland

Stara Kopalnia Coal Mine and 16 Buildings to be Repurposed as a Massive Public Complex in Poland

The history of the Lower Silesia region in southwest Poland is entrenched in the carbon era of mining and industry. The 40,000 square meter Old Mine project honors this history and will include a museum

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The Open Tree of Life Project Uses Web-Based Software to Record the Earth’s 1.8 Million Named Species

The Open Tree of Life Project Uses Web-Based Software to Record the Earth’s 1.8 Million Named Species

Photo from Shutterstock Since the dawn of time, humans have sought to name and catalog the plants and animals around them. The adoption of a common taxonomic system from naturalist Carolus Linnaeus and

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Sloping Green Roof Tops Submerged Multipurpose Hall on Jeju Island

Sloping Green Roof Tops Submerged Multipurpose Hall on Jeju Island

The Forum was built for the CJ Group, a major conglomerate in South Korea. D·LIM architects symbolically alluded to the company by carving out a large rounded hole in the shape of CJ's logo. The natural

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Spectacular Wood Skyscraper That Can be Built Without a Single Nail Wins 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition

Spectacular Wood Skyscraper That Can be Built Without a Single Nail Wins 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition

Architect Yong Ju Lee drew inspiration from traditional Korean houses and the versatility of vernacular architecture while designing Hanok Tower. The exposed wooden structural system, generally used for

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Propagate Skyscraper Converts Air Pollution into a Usable Building Material

Propagate Skyscraper Converts Air Pollution into a Usable Building Material

Propagate Skyscraper converts harmful greenhouse gases into usable building materials! It is a self-propagating structure whose growth is dependant only on the weather conditions and the quality of air

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Buckminster Fuller’s Dome House to be Repaired & Transformed into Museum

Buckminster Fuller’s Dome House to be Repaired & Transformed into Museum

On April 19th, restoration work will begin on the world’s first geodesic dome home in Carbondale, Illinois. The house was built in 1960 by the inventor Buckminster Fuller and his wife, Lady Anne, in

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Ten-Foot Origami Elephant Folded From a Single Sheet of Paper

Ten-Foot Origami Elephant Folded From a Single Sheet of Paper

Artist Sipho Mabona has taken origami to the next level by creating a life-sized paper elephant! The oversized animal was folded from one single, albeit giant, piece of paper. Mabona raised the $26,000

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PHOTOS: Inhabitat Explores the Beautifully-Daylit Dia: Beacon Museum

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Explores the Beautifully-Daylit Dia: Beacon Museum

Believe it or not, the gorgeous exhibition space you see above used to be a Nabisco box printing factory. We recently visited the beautifully-daylit Dia: Beacon Museum in Beacon, NY to check out the

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INTERVIEW: We Interview Reluct’s Founder Joost Van Brug

INTERVIEW: We Interview Reluct’s Founder Joost Van Brug

Joost Van Brug was the man behind Reluct - an excellent design blog that uncovered cutting edge design from 2003-2007. Although Joost is squarely a part of the Dutch design scene and frequently wrote

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World’s Largest Ghost City Lies 98% Abandoned After Failed Real Estate Investments

World’s Largest Ghost City Lies 98% Abandoned After Failed Real Estate Investments

When coal was discovered in the Northern Chinese city of Ordos 20 years ago, it underwent a massive boom that was expected to create a wealthy city of one million people, but now it's home to a mere

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MVRDV Reveals Giant Mirrored “Salad Bowl” Art Depot for Rotterdam’s Museumpark

MVRDV Reveals Giant Mirrored “Salad Bowl” Art Depot for Rotterdam’s Museumpark

40% of the large museum space will be visible or accessible to the public. Visitors will pass through the building taking in the various art exhibitions and restoration workshops as they make their way up

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The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Leaf-Cutter Ants Teach Us About Farming?

The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Leaf-Cutter Ants Teach Us About Farming?

About twelve thousand years ago, humans hit on a bright idea. Why not grow food in our backyards instead of having to go look for it every time our tummies grumble? It was a masterful stroke of conscious

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The Biomimicry Manual: What Can the Platypus Teach Us About Collision-Avoidance?

The Biomimicry Manual: What Can the Platypus Teach Us About Collision-Avoidance?

The platypus is a funny little mammal found in Eastern Australia and Tasmania. Aside from echidnas (the also-very-weird Australian spiny anteaters) they are the only living mammals that lay eggs. This

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530-Pound Exosuit Will Uncover New Life at 1,000 Feet Under the Sea

530-Pound Exosuit Will Uncover New Life at 1,000 Feet Under the Sea

This July, deep-sea diver Mike Lombardi plans to plunge 1,000 feet below the sea in a newly-designed, high tech “Exosuit” that will take him hundreds of feet deeper than he’s ever been able to dive

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Steven Holl Architects’ Completed Glasgow School of Art Extension Meets Mixed Reviews

Steven Holl Architects’ Completed Glasgow School of Art Extension Meets Mixed Reviews

Designed in collaboration with JM Architects, the Reid Building aims to forge "a symbiotic relation with Mackintosh in which each structure heightens the integral qualities of the other." In contrast to

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BIG Updates Plans for the Kimball Art Center Renovation in Park City, Utah

BIG Updates Plans for the Kimball Art Center Renovation in Park City, Utah

The Kimball Art Center has been a fixture on Main Street in Park City since 1976 and has long provided space for art exhibitions, education and events, especially the Sundance Film Festival held every

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Thomas Heatherwick’s V&A Waterfront Gallery in Cape Town Will be Carved From an Old Grain Silo

Thomas Heatherwick’s V&A Waterfront Gallery in Cape Town Will be Carved From an Old Grain Silo

42 vertical concrete tubes and a distinct lack of open space might not sound like ideal conditions for an exhibition of modern African art, but for Thomas Heatherwick it's just another puzzle to solve.

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