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Prismatic Starhill Gallery Renovation Sparkles and Glows with LED Lights

Prismatic Starhill Gallery Renovation Sparkles and Glows with LED Lights

Spark’s Starhill Gallery renovation transforms the complex from a solid, disengaged building into a series of public walkways and plazas. The cavernous paths carved out by the addition offer shaded

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Blue Forest’s Thatched Cliffside Lodge Wraps Itself Around a Tree

Blue Forest’s Thatched Cliffside Lodge Wraps Itself Around a Tree

Designed for a private client and set in their luscious garden next to a pond, Cliffside Lodge is raised just a few meters above ground. Constructed on stilts and wrapped around a centenarian tree, this

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Yves Behar’s Refreshing New Design for SodaStream Source Set to Launch at MOST in Milan

Yves Behar’s Refreshing New Design for SodaStream Source Set to Launch at MOST in Milan

Inhabitat favorite Yves Behar just unveiled an ultra-clean, minimalist redesign for the SodaStream Source home soda system. Set to be launched at the MOST showroom space at this year's Milan Design Week,

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6 Unconventional and Unique Uses for LEGO

6 Unconventional and Unique Uses for LEGO

The Great Summer Zoofari Located next to real life counterparts at the Bronx Zoo, ¨The Great Summer Zoofari¨ is a series of animal sculptures made from our favorite Danish building blocks. Designed

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Reinhard Hunger Creates Quirky Birdfeeders From Random Found Objects

Reinhard Hunger Creates Quirky Birdfeeders From Random Found Objects

A retro boom box could hold lots of seeds and can be hang from its handle on a tree branch or hook. Hunger's grandmother’s chandelier was decorated with some old Christmas tree branches and could feed

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Incredible LEGO Printer Invented by 14-Year-Old Boy!

Incredible LEGO Printer Invented by 14-Year-Old Boy!

We've seen LEGO wizards create some pretty amazing projects lately by combining the iconic blocks with technology. One fourteen year old LEGO genius, Leon Overweel, has used his skills to construct his

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7 Gorgeous Green Home Furnishings

7 Gorgeous Green Home Furnishings

Decorating your home can be a rewarding way to spend your time and money - and investing in beautiful, eco-friendly furnishings is a great way to express yourself and give any room a boost while

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Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Daniel Libeskind’s Glittering Reflections on Keppel Bay Towers to Open in March

Situated along 2,460 feet of lush shoreline, Reflections is Libeskind’s first residential project in Asia.  The six residential towers are linked by sky bridges that not only connect the buildings, but

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Bulbous Handmade Paper Lamps By Paula Arntzen Hang Like Glowing Sculptures

Bulbous Handmade Paper Lamps By Paula Arntzen Hang Like Glowing Sculptures

The series from the Dutch product designer almost resembles a collection of glowing paper waterfalls suspended from the ceiling. Although the material the artist uses this time around is not recycled, the

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PHOTOS: Inhabitat Spends the Night in Quebec’s Hotel de Glace Ice Castle!

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Spends the Night in Quebec’s Hotel de Glace Ice Castle!

A visit to the Hotel de Glace is truly a magical experience. After the heated check-in pavilion, a path leads to the pointed arch complex made from snow and ice. Fur-covered wooden double doors welcome

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Beautiful Artichoke-Shaped Pendant Lamps Made From Recycled Novels, Maps and Magazines

Beautiful Artichoke-Shaped Pendant Lamps Made From Recycled Novels, Maps and Magazines

New York-based architect Allison Patrick set herself the goal of creating 30 DIY designs in 30 weeks, and she called it the 30x30x3 Project. Based on her own version of the 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse, and

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Reused Bicycle Inner Tubes Woven into Cool Recycled Bedframe Bench

Reused Bicycle Inner Tubes Woven into Cool Recycled Bedframe Bench

Designer Ivars Gansons has turned an old bed frame and a stack of bicycle inner tubes into a beautiful recycled street bench. Each section was inventively created with reused objects interwoven to form a

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Stacy Levy’s ‘Melting Point’ Sculpture Responds to the Changing Climate

Stacy Levy’s ‘Melting Point’ Sculpture Responds to the Changing Climate

With her sculpture Melting Point, artist Stacy Levy created a simple but dynamic work that responds to our changing environment. It may look like a chandelier of honey, but what it actually comprises of

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6 Awesome Caves to Call Home

6 Awesome Caves to Call Home

CHULO CANYON CAVE HOUSE MISSOURI CAVE LAND SALA SILVERMINE CAVE PALACE RANCH BECKHAM CREEK CAVE LODGE IRAN'S CAVE HOMES CHULO CANYON CAVE HOUSE The Chulo Canyon Cave House is a retreat in the

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Waving Wall: Massive Recycled Bottle Installation Shows the Virtual Water Footprint of Two Pairs of Jeans

Waving Wall: Massive Recycled Bottle Installation Shows the Virtual Water Footprint of Two Pairs of Jeans

Did you know that it takes 140 liters of water to produce a standard cup of coffee - without milk? This is virtual water footprint includes the H20 used to irrigate and process the coffee beans and

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French Artisan Takes Recycled Metal to the Dark Side with an Awesome Darth Vader Bust

French Artisan Takes Recycled Metal to the Dark Side with an Awesome Darth Vader Bust

French artisan Alain Bellino took his craft to the dark side when he welded a number of leftover metal pieces together to create this surprisingly realistic Darth Vader bust. Bellino saves and

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Industrial Chic Dining Pods Pop up at Fabbrica Restaurant in The Netherlands

Industrial Chic Dining Pods Pop up at Fabbrica Restaurant in The Netherlands

Fabbrica Rotterdam has a similar layout but the difference between that restaurant and the new one in Bergen lies in the materials. Whereas Rotterdam is shiny and glittery with massive chandeliers hanging

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Shira Keret Designs Sweet Reyclable Lamps Shaped like Animals

Shira Keret Designs Sweet Reyclable Lamps Shaped like Animals

Inflatable, recyclable, and super cute, Shira Keret's Animal Lamps are shaped like your favourite bird or mammal. Based in Tel Aviv, Keret creates sweet luminaires from Tyvek that emit a soft twinkling

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Gorgeous Green Christmas Tree is Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles

Gorgeous Green Christmas Tree is Made from 40,000 Recycled Plastic Bottles

The small city of Kaunas, Lithuania has been treated to a gorgeous green Xmas tree made from 40,000 recycled plastic bottles for Christmas this year. The city commissioned artist Jolanta Šmidtienė to

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Field of Light: Bruce Munro’s Stunning LED Forest Springs Up in Bath

Field of Light: Bruce Munro’s Stunning LED Forest Springs Up in Bath

This installation includes over 5,000 frosted acrylic orbs that are connected via a series of fiber optic cables to a color-scrolling projector. The orbs are circuited in clusters, so that groups of orbs

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Maria Fernanda Cardoso’s Gorgeous Jewel-Toned Artworks Are Made From Butterfly Wings

Maria Fernanda Cardoso’s Gorgeous Jewel-Toned Artworks Are Made From Butterfly Wings

At first sight, the intense color of some of the Butterfly Drawings can trick the viewer into thinking they are looking at printed wallpaper patterns. But upon closer inspection, the viewer can delight in

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ZMIK’s Kroon LED Pendant Lamp Will Mesmerize Any Modernist

ZMIK’s Kroon LED Pendant Lamp Will Mesmerize Any Modernist

Forget about those old-fashioned crystal chandeliers - give your home a sophisticated, contemporary edge with one of ZMIK's beautiful pendant lamps. Dubbed the Kroon, the lamp is made from LED lighting

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BOOK REVIEW: Restoring a House in the City

BOOK REVIEW: Restoring a House in the City

It was a great pleasure to step away from the computer and check out a fabulously beautiful book sent to us by Artisan publishers on the eco-friendly practice of restoring townhomes, brownstones and row

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10 Solar-Powered Designs to Charge Your Life

10 Solar-Powered Designs to Charge Your Life

From smartphones and e-readers to laptops and tablet computers, today's high-tech devices put a wealth of information and utility at our fingertips - however it can be a real challenge to keep these

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The Best Green Finds from Day 1 of 100% Design at London Design Week

The Best Green Finds from Day 1 of 100% Design at London Design Week

The temporary turtle pavilion by Inflate is one of a large range of temporary structures that are ideal for either indoor or outdoor events. Made in part from recycled materials, they are illuminated by

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O-House’s Cut-Out Double Skin Protects it From the Sun’s Rays

O-House’s Cut-Out Double Skin Protects it From the Sun’s Rays

Designed for a very wealthy client, the glass structure is encapsulated with a circular cut-out skin. Resembling port holes, the heavy concrete façade filters light into the glass interior, while also

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PHOTOS: Danish Students Inspire Us to Recycle and ‘Think Twice’ at Copenhagen Design Week

PHOTOS: Danish Students Inspire Us to Recycle and ‘Think Twice’ at Copenhagen Design Week

Malene Lund Rasmussen created this funky seat made from knitted plastic bags. The material add some color to an old, classic chair while saving some bags from polluting our landfills. Anna

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PHOTOS: 100 Danish Pendant Lamps Shine Bright at Copenhagen Design Week!

PHOTOS: 100 Danish Pendant Lamps Shine Bright at Copenhagen Design Week!

With an emphasis on making durable, elegant and intricate folded lamps, traditional Danish family business Le Klint designed 'Lise Navne' - a floating luminaire that shines in style. Designed by

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Lavish Ngorongoro Lodge is Perched Inside a Volcano Crater in Tanzania

Lavish Ngorongoro Lodge is Perched Inside a Volcano Crater in Tanzania

While the word "safari" usually conjures up images of dusty tents and meager meals, that couldn't be further from the truth at Ngorongoro. Despite its secluded locale, the lodge is decked out with grand

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Recycled PET Bottles Become Inexpensive Radiation Detectors in Japan

Recycled PET Bottles Become Inexpensive Radiation Detectors in Japan

Researchers in Japan have developed a method for making radiation detection devices out of recycled PET bottles that cuts costs by 90% over currently used devices. The resource reusing, life-saving gadget

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