Visitors are welcomed to the bar by with the sign that has “Mecanic” spelled out in vintage wrenches, vices and other tools - in addition to a vintage sign reading TELEFON. Inside, Cristian took
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Currently ranking in at number 8, the net zero prefab heralds a new generation of high-tech solar powered housing. The CHIP (which stands for “Compact Hyper-Insulated Prototype”) impressed us with its
Mammalampa's Pendant Lamp is a cloud-like piece that emits a warm diffused light. Made from untreated paper, the light fixture is a beautiful piece that could easily take center-stage in a big
While we are strong advocates of the stand-work method over here at Inhabitat, we do realize that it isn't a practical solution for all workplace environments. But if you're a desk jockey hoping to get a
Working for Inhabitat doesn't feel like work when we get to check out the best talent coming out of 100% Design, or when we get to hang around a functioning greenhouse made entirely out of thousands of
Several unique features set the house apart from the rest. Inspired by the traditional New Zealand holiday home, the “Kiwi bach”, socializing and a relationship with nature were of prime importance in
Maria Volokhova’s customized ceramic set certainly caught our eye. Her works consist of updating unloved ceramic pieces by hand-printing new designs on their original motifs. The result is a jumbled,
These incredible Animal Chairs designed by Maximo Riera are immense sculptural forms that pay homage to the animal kingdom. Following biological dimensions of the beasts they take inspiration from, the
Making our way across town at this year's Copenhagen Design Week, we spotted the Paper Chair - a striking sculptural seat that combines a humble biodegradable material with cutting-edge technology.
PHOTOS: Stacked Recycled Shipping Containers Create a Fantastic Info Point for Copenhagen Design Week
Made from locally sourced recycled shipping containers, the Information Point at Kvæsthusmolen (by The Royal Danish Playhouse) is the perfect place to find out how to navigate Copenhagen Design Week.
The renovation of the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport was a tricky affair that involved temporary terminals, a tight narrow site with little room to expand into and an ever bustling crowd
Located in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, and funded by the regional state organization ACCM, the water park retreat will combine indoor and outdoor venues, making it enjoyable year round. Located on a
The Futuro prefab stands 10 feet high, is 26 feet in diameter, and comes complete with an airplane hatch entrance. Suuronen chose a round design not only for its strength, but also for its ability to feel
Surrey City Centre Library, British Columbia's latest architectural landmark, was designed with the input of hundreds of community members. Local firm Bing Thom Architects made space for the public voice
Created for the Balvenie brand, The Whisky Den was a temporary bar, open for four weeks. As the weeks passed, Anonymous Artists added more and more to the rustic interior. The ever-evolving space featured
Islands of plastic waste can be found in our oceans around the world. The largest, the Pacific Garbage Patch, is a collection of floating plastic, debris and waste that spans twice the size of Texas. In
These stumps may be a little more streamlined than the outdoor variety, but they're the perfect way to add a quirky modern bend to your drab decor. Designed by Kalon Studios, each Stump is handmade
Yes, this looks like a poster for a new Sci-Fi flick, but it’s actually a hat that transfers thoughts into motion! Designed by José ‘Pepe’ L. Contreras-Vidal, an associate professor of
To most folks, used coffee grounds aren't particularly useful -- but a couple of British designers figured out a way to turn those old grounds into new furniture. That's right, you can now you can rest
This is probably the most interesting use of a out of commission vehicle we've ever seen. Created by Cyril Latapy, this colorful retro armchair was actually once a 1968 4L Renault! With a full front grill
Nearly 30 million trees are cut down every day, leaving a trail of devastation behind. While there's no quick recovery for our forest friends, designer Hongtao Zhou's tree stump lounge chair turns a sad
Using cast-off clothing from friends, thrift shops and even his own closet, Juretzek presses the pieces together into chairs and tables. About 13 pounds of used clothing goes into each durable chair.
With the year-round weather bringing forth everything from a humid monsoon season to scorching summers, the cool breezes of night are sometimes the only relief offered. The exterior of the house
British designer Alkesh Parmar created a series of objects under the Cradle to Cradle philosophy. Made from dried and ground orange peels, these objects give new use to a waste material. The process keeps
Cardboard creations are a fun and sustainable way to switch up your home decor with a minimal carbon impact. Built from recyclable cardboard tubes, FanTubes is a cool creation from Italian designers Paola
The amazing technology of 3D printing just found a fantastic way to appeal to our sweet tooths. Researchers at the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) have employed their 3D
Combing the beach for debris, Pozzi, and her community drop the garbage at their headquarters at the Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education. The long process between garbage and art starts
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