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Michael Neville’s Colorful Rockers Are Made From Recycled Cardboard

Michael Neville’s Colorful Rockers Are Made From Recycled Cardboard

Designer Michael Neville created these colorful recycled rockers as a material exploration of post-consumer cardboard pulp and natural dyes. The rockers are designed as functional furniture for young

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SOM’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the New Efficient Gateway to Mumbai

SOM’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the New Efficient Gateway to Mumbai

Terminal 2 will take over operations now that it is complete from the original Terminal 1 in Mumbai and serve as a grand entrance into the city and a hub of transportation for 40 million passengers a

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14 Green Gift Ideas For Valentine’s Day

14 Green Gift Ideas For Valentine’s Day

IDEA 1: Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Cards Nothing says I love you like the actual words, written down on paper. Getting love notes on Valentine's Day is an age-old tradition, so this year, why not

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INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Visits the Studio of Photographer Elena Lyakir and Furniture Designer Eric Slayton

INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Visits the Studio of Photographer Elena Lyakir and Furniture Designer Eric Slayton

Inhabitat recently had the chance to visit the studio of photographer Elena Lyakir and furniture designer Eric Slayton, a couple based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Read on to see what the duo had to say about

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How to Find Love Using Feng Shui This Valentine’s Day

How to Find Love Using Feng Shui This Valentine’s Day

Image via Shutterstock Although some consider Valentine’s Day to be a “Hallmark holiday”, I think it’s a great opportunity not only to do something special for your loved one but for yourself

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Kayak Instructor Builds Tiny Woodland Home for $11,000

Kayak Instructor Builds Tiny Woodland Home for $11,000

Schulz's tiny woodland cottage measures 14' x 16', and it was built entirely from materials gathered at a local recycling yard and savaged wood from the surrounding forest. The resourceful instructor also

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Paris’ Ghost Metro Stations Could Become Subterranean Swimming Pools and Restaurants

Paris’ Ghost Metro Stations Could Become Subterranean Swimming Pools and Restaurants

Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet and her team recently unveiled sketches for a series of projects that would reclaim the City of Light’s abandoned Metro stations. There are many different proposals for

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DIY: 3 Cool Crafts to Make with Household Twine

DIY: 3 Cool Crafts to Make with Household Twine

Photo © Third Floor Design Studio So, you're trapped indoors because it's -90 degrees outside, and you're going a little stir crazy. How can you combat the cabin fever that drives so many people up

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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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J1 Studio’s Modular T.SHELF System Creates Gorgeous Sculptural Shelves

J1 Studio’s Modular T.SHELF System Creates Gorgeous Sculptural Shelves

Jae Won Cho's T.SHELF (triangular shelf) is a modular system that can be built into multiple shapes with various functions. The T.SHELF system is based on the strongest geometric shape, the triangle, and

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Plunk Desk: A Lightweight, Foldable Standing Desk Perfect for Working on Your Feet

Plunk Desk: A Lightweight, Foldable Standing Desk Perfect for Working on Your Feet

Studies show that standing desks can confer a lot of health benefits, but the models currently on the market tend to be large and heavy - not the best for workers who need to move around a lot and stay

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Erin Moore’s Quirky Borrow Stools are Inspired by Matchsticks

Erin Moore’s Quirky Borrow Stools are Inspired by Matchsticks

Designer and  University of Oregon architecture professor Erin Moore's Borrow Stools are designed to be split and burned. With their matchstick legs and accompanying axe, the stools connect the

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Chairish Launches a New App That Makes Finding and Selling Pre-Loved Furniture Easier

Chairish Launches a New App That Makes Finding and Selling Pre-Loved Furniture Easier

Last year we reported on the launch of Chairish, an awesome new website that connects designer furniture enthusiasts with one another to create a hub for shopping and selling exceptional pre-owned home

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Goncalo Campos’ Wallmonds Hanger Frame Gives a Much Needed Update to the Coat Hook

Goncalo Campos’ Wallmonds Hanger Frame Gives a Much Needed Update to the Coat Hook

Goncalo Campos' Wallmonds Hanger frame is the perfect solution for keeping things at hand in an elegant and sculptural way. Robust and made for everyday use, this modern hanger was designed to stand out

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Gas & Air Studios Unveil Stylish New Shipping Pallet Coffee Table & Stool

Gas & Air Studios Unveil Stylish New Shipping Pallet Coffee Table & Stool

London-based Gas & Air Studios has unveiled their latest shipping pallet creation, the classic coffee table and a slate covered stool. Gas & Air Studios is the maker of the XChair and the fold-out

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Artists Transform Disused Bottles into Prophetic Art Works for ‘Message in a Bottle’ Exhibit

Artists Transform Disused Bottles into Prophetic Art Works for ‘Message in a Bottle’ Exhibit

“Message in a Bottle” asked 50 artists to use the ancient tradition of throwing a bottle into the sea as inspiration to convey their own messages. Each was asked to recycle a bottle of their choice,

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Wood Restart Turns Naturally Fallen Trees Into Beautiful Modern Furnishings

Wood Restart Turns Naturally Fallen Trees Into Beautiful Modern Furnishings

Eco-friendly workshop Wood Restart specializes in making modern furniture and home accessories that are stylish, sturdy, and sustainably crafted. Wood Restart exclusively uses salvaged timber that has

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5 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Feng Shui

5 Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year with Feng Shui

This year, Chinese New Year falls on Friday, Jan 31st in 2014. We say goodbye to the snake and welcome the year of the horse. There are magnificent parades, dancing in the streets, dragon costumes all

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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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Paulo Goldstein Transforms Discarded Items Into Dynamic Furniture for Central Saint Martins’ New Parlor

Paulo Goldstein Transforms Discarded Items Into Dynamic Furniture for Central Saint Martins’ New Parlor

“What if instead off adding one redistributes what is there already?” Based on his recent research into scarcity, Head of College Professor Jeremy Till commissioned Paulo Goldstein to rescue an

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Massive Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace Nears Completion in Upstate New York

Massive Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace Nears Completion in Upstate New York

Ever year a crystalline palace rises proudly as a celebration of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival in upstate New York. The 10-day festival includes sports, performances, parades and spectacular

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Tom Shields Fuses Old Furniture Into Zany New Designs

Tom Shields Fuses Old Furniture Into Zany New Designs

Tom Shields' works primarily with furniture found in the trash. He takes these unwanted castoffs and repurposes them into different pieces of furniture or as sculptures. The intent behind his work is to

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9 Ingenious Ways to Hack IKEA Furniture for Tiny Apartments

9 Ingenious Ways to Hack IKEA Furniture for Tiny Apartments

IKEA furniture is often looked down upon for being mass-produced, but its cookie cutter attributes also make it a perfect medium for hacking into cool and original custom pieces. We recently rounded up

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Man Builds Spectacular Dream Home in the Norwegian Countryside

Man Builds Spectacular Dream Home in the Norwegian Countryside

Monan had dreamt of building his own home for a while, but lack of funds meant he would have never been able to afford having craftmen build the house of his dreams exactly as he imagined it. So, he took

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Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art just acquired a rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House, and the institution plans to transport it from the Borough of Millstone in New York to Crystal Bridges’

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The Taburetul Modular Stool Shape-shifts Into Numerous Forms

The Taburetul Modular Stool Shape-shifts Into Numerous Forms

Reuse is the principle behind this shapeshifting stool composed of 88 wooden modules made from the battens of a recycled fence. The modules are connected with threaded rods, nuts, and washers, allowing

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DIY: Learn How to Make a Colorful Dining Table Using a Recycled Door

DIY: Learn How to Make a Colorful Dining Table Using a Recycled Door

Here's an upcycling project that you'll just adore (get it?)! Transform that door sitting around in your basement into the perfect, refurbished kitchen or work table. Making it is really as simple as

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Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

The construction process was preceded by two months of research and fieldwork, which enabled the architects to incorporate local know-how and traditions of Muyinga province. Studying the region’s

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Fan-Like Roofs and Slits Cool the Undulating Abedian School of Architecture in Australia

Fan-Like Roofs and Slits Cool the Undulating Abedian School of Architecture in Australia

Built on a hilltop, the Abedian building varies between two and three levels and contains a floating mezzanine, a spiral stair case and an internal walkway. For climate control on the structure's

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