What if architecture was designed to work for you to keep you healthy? Soo-in Yang and David Benjamin, architects at The Living have come up with a new material called "Living Glass" that will look out
The Postopolis event we hosted in NY a couple weeks ago was inspirational in many ways, and one of the highlights of the 5 day event was seeing Mitchell Joachim of Terreform (a non-profit philanthropic
Postopolis has been open in NYC since Tuesday, and the past three days have been amazingly chock full of things to see and do. So many provocative speakers and discussions have been crammed into such a
Calling all of you who live outside New York who would like to participate in Postopolis!
If you've been checking in over the past couple days on Inhabitat, you've probably noticed that we keep talking
Inhabitat is excited to anounce that we are getting together with a band of architecture blogs to put on what promises to be an amazing event at the Storefront for Art and Architecture from Tuesday, May
Anyone who reads Inhabitat with regularity knows we love shipping-container architecture, and are big fans of the creative NYC architecture firm Lot-ek. We've raved about their Recycled Airplane Library