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Oato’s Quirky Stuck Chair Reinterprets the Archetypal Chair

Oato’s Quirky Stuck Chair Reinterprets the Archetypal Chair

Oato's crafty Stuck Chair takes the shape of a deconstructed archetypal chair that's been rearranged anew, using tension as a bond to ensure its pieces remain "stuck" together. The seating and the

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The Sgabellissimo is a Two-Legged Stool and Ladder Rolled Into One Precarious Piece of Furniture

The Sgabellissimo is a Two-Legged Stool and Ladder Rolled Into One Precarious Piece of Furniture

The Italians like to keep the design world on the edge of their seats—literally. The Sgabellissimo from Modoloco Design is a two-legged stool that becomes a small ladder when turned upside down.

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Artist Asbjorn Skou’s Temporary Light Murals Enliven the Streets of Copenhagen

Artist Asbjorn Skou’s Temporary Light Murals Enliven the Streets of Copenhagen

Asbjorn Skou's imagery touches on human relationships, portraiture, angels and even wheelchairs. The cast of characters is brought to (larger than) life in oversized installations projected upon vacant

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The Common Project Updates the Classic Acapulco Chair With Recycled Materials

The Common Project Updates the Classic Acapulco Chair With Recycled Materials

This classic Acapulco Chair - a celebrated 1950’s design - has been re-imagined by The Common Project with a fantastic sustainable twist. The Common Project updated the traditional beach chair from the

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Big Box Supermarket Transformed into Gorgeous Eden Prairie Library in Minnesota

Big Box Supermarket Transformed into Gorgeous Eden Prairie Library in Minnesota

The community of Hennepin County seized the opportunity to buy the out-of-business big box retailer when it was left without a tenant. Rather than letting the empty building mar the neighborhood, they

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Y/N Studio’s Awesome LidoLine Design Would Transform London’s Regent’s Canal into a Commuter Swim Lane

Y/N Studio’s Awesome LidoLine Design Would Transform London’s Regent’s Canal into a Commuter Swim Lane

The Mayor of London's recent call for architects to design a High Line-inspired space saw designers scouring the city for under-used green plots. Y/N Studio took a strange yet extremely thoughtful route,

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Autumn Workshop Repurposes Wood Crates to Create Rustic Furniture With Built-in Storage

Autumn Workshop Repurposes Wood Crates to Create Rustic Furniture With Built-in Storage

Apartment dwellers may be accustomed to using crates as furniture, but who knew they could look this good? The Autumn Workshop has crafted an entire living room set from repurposed hologram storage crates

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Recycled Materials and Innovative Low-Energy Designs Shine at Paris’ Maison & Objet

Recycled Materials and Innovative Low-Energy Designs Shine at Paris’ Maison & Objet

One of our favorite finds, COLORS' Chiba is a Japanese take on classic Danish LEGO bricks made from recycled coffee beans, tea and wood chips—and it smells great!. Ground coffee was pretty big at

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INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Chats with Recycled Wood Designers Scrapile

INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Chats with Recycled Wood Designers Scrapile

I have been enamored with environmentally conscious furniture company Scrapile ever since I came across their line of recycled wood furniture during New York Design week years ago. Brooklyn-based

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Thonet Bike: Andy Martin’s Elegant Cycle is Crafted Completely from Bent Beech Wood

Thonet Bike: Andy Martin’s Elegant Cycle is Crafted Completely from Bent Beech Wood

What do you get when you cross an architect, a furniture company, and a love of cycling? The result is a sleek, refined fixed-gear road bicycle that blends Thonet's classic bentwood curves with

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SuperBrands Showcases Elegant Eco-Design at London Design Festival

SuperBrands Showcases Elegant Eco-Design at London Design Festival

Limited Edition Limited Edition presented two rugs of particular interest. Brick is made from vertically positioned strips of reclaimed leather; a waste material from other design processes. It is a

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Victoria & Albert Museum Lights Up With Sustainable Design During the London Design Festival

Victoria & Albert Museum Lights Up With Sustainable Design During the London Design Festival

Installed in a roof space of the V&A only accessible by a tiny spiral staircase, Keiichi Matsuda's Prism is a visual representation of live environmental data from across London - from the weather to

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Eco Designer Barley Massey’s Imaginerium is a Showcase for Creative Reuse

Eco Designer Barley Massey’s Imaginerium is a Showcase for Creative Reuse

From the beginning, Fabrications, on popular Broadway Market, has showcased creative use of reclaimed materials, including a storage wall custom made by Green Works from discarded office furniture. For

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Sanitov Unveils Eco-Lux Floating Home at This Year’s London Design Festival

Sanitov Unveils Eco-Lux Floating Home at This Year’s London Design Festival

Moored within St. Katharine Docks, just minutes away from the iconic Tower Bridge, INACHUS was being built in Kent at this time last year. Featuring two floors, this house accommodates three bedrooms,

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DuffyLondon’s Awesome Swing Table Suspends Guests From Swaying Seats

DuffyLondon’s Awesome Swing Table Suspends Guests From Swaying Seats

DuffyLondon’s sweet Swing Table turns even the most boring board meeting or an everyday meal into a fun affair - guests can swing and sway while starting their first course or discussing the latest hot

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DVELAS Recycles Old Ship Sails into Unique Outdoor Furniture

DVELAS Recycles Old Ship Sails into Unique Outdoor Furniture

Once a ship's sail reaches the end of its life, its last port of call is typically the local landfill. Spotted over at Design Milk, Spanish company DVELAS has come to the rescue of these icons of

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Furniture Designer Rupert Blanchard Transforms Discarded Drawers into Stunning Storage Units

Furniture Designer Rupert Blanchard Transforms Discarded Drawers into Stunning Storage Units

Blanchard's supply of orphaned drawers, collected from the street or dumpsters, lines a wall of his workshop, waiting to be incorporated into upcycled dressers, sideboards and cabinets. Using reclaimed

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London’s Bold and Bright Wahaca Restaurant Is Built from 8 Shipping Containers

London’s Bold and Bright Wahaca Restaurant Is Built from 8 Shipping Containers

The busy Southbank Center is abuzz with traffic from the visitors checking out the nearby Blackfriars Solar Bridge and Elizabeth Hall Roof Garden, making it the perfect place for a pop-up. Diners can

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Kenyon Yeh’s Cork Pushpin Stools Are Sharp As A Tack

Kenyon Yeh’s Cork Pushpin Stools Are Sharp As A Tack

It's not every day that we would advocate sitting on a thumb tack, but in the case of Kenyon Yeh's adorable pushpin-style cork stools, we'll make an exception. These delightful seating solutions combine

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Berlin’s Floating Arena Badeschiff Swimming Pool is the City’s Coolest Spot for Summer

Berlin’s Floating Arena Badeschiff Swimming Pool is the City’s Coolest Spot for Summer

Arena Badeschiff is open daily from 8am until midnight, and it offers yoga classes, massages, a wooden pier to relax upon, and even a small sandy beach as well as a refreshing swimming pool on the river.

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24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

24 Gorgeous Green Lamps That Look Great With Energy-Saving LED Bulbs

CEILING LAMPS From simple fitted ceiling fixtures to elaborate chandeliers, ceiling lamps offer a great way to efficiently illuminate an entire room while adding drama and visual flare. They also offer a

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Robot Builder Simon Burfield Creates a Fully Functional Wheelchair Made of LEGOs

Robot Builder Simon Burfield Creates a Fully Functional Wheelchair Made of LEGOs

Proving once again just how versatile LEGOs can be, robot builder Simon Burfield has created what he believes to be the world’s first working wheelchair made out of LEGO pieces. It may not be able to

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Erik’s Design Buss is a Non-Conformist Mobile Design Studio in Sweden

Erik’s Design Buss is a Non-Conformist Mobile Design Studio in Sweden

Equipped with photo and printing capability, the lively mobile home and studio travels throughout Sweden, picking up small commissions along the way. Specializing in producing menus, animation, brochures

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Greypants’ New Recycled Cardboard Scraplights Are Now Available At Their Online Store

Greypants’ New Recycled Cardboard Scraplights Are Now Available At Their Online Store

We first saw Graypants' Scraplights back in 2008 and immediately wanted one (or ten). Graypants is led by Jonathan Junker and Seth Grizzle out of Seattle, where they build chairs, tables, lights and even

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Studio Swine’s Sea Chair is Made From Recycled Plastic Ocean Waste

Studio Swine’s Sea Chair is Made From Recycled Plastic Ocean Waste

Our oceans are filled with plastic waste that will never fully decompose - the pieces just get smaller and smaller, and therefore more difficult to collect. Seeking to address this pervasive problem,

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Camden Beach is a Sandy Manmade Beach in the Middle of London

Camden Beach is a Sandy Manmade Beach in the Middle of London

Nearly 3,000 square feet of warm sand is spread out in the lot adjacent to the Roundhouse complex, which stretches from the venue’s terrace. Comfy beach chairs, sun umbrellas, and windbreaks set the

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Aine Bunikyte’s Ridged Roof Furniture Brings High Life Dining to Pitched Roofs

Aine Bunikyte’s Ridged Roof Furniture Brings High Life Dining to Pitched Roofs

Everyone dreams of having their own roof terrace. We could all enjoy a private, cozy space high above the streets with a breathtaking view if it weren't for those pesky pitched roofs. Lithuanian design

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Norway’s Havoysund Pathway Winds Gracefully Towards the Shore of the Arctic Ocean

Norway’s Havoysund Pathway Winds Gracefully Towards the Shore of the Arctic Ocean

Norway has built eighteen architect-designed routes that encourage visitors to experience the country's incredible natural beauty. The Havoysund Tourist Route is located at a gorgeous natural cove on the

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Escale Numérique is a Free, Green-Roofed WiFi Station in Paris

Escale Numérique is a Free, Green-Roofed WiFi Station in Paris

Mathieu Lehanneur and JCDecaux won the call for intelligent furniture projects by the Mairie de Paris Escale Numérique, to create a connected haven of peace available to everyone. The free WiFi station

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Austrian Hans Sapperlot Turns Traditional Loden Fabric Into Cool Knit Furniture Designs

Austrian Hans Sapperlot Turns Traditional Loden Fabric Into Cool Knit Furniture Designs

The Austrian designers at Hans Sapperlot have given traditional loden fabric a cool and modern twist. By creating 'invisible' stitches in the woolen material, they turn the simple textile into

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