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INFOGRAPHIC: Homes of Classic Literature

INFOGRAPHIC: Homes of Classic Literature

Do you sometimes dream of building your own Hobbit house? How about a mansion modeled after the Secret Garden? NeoMam Studios recently produced a new infographic for Terrys Fabrics that provides detailed

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The Radfan Radiator Attchment Helps Distribute Heat Efficiently Through a Room

The Radfan Radiator Attchment Helps Distribute Heat Efficiently Through a Room

Most of the heat from a central heating radiator goes straight up to the ceiling, leaving you feeling colder than you should. Oftentimes, the air at the ceiling of a room can be significantly warmer than

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INFOGRAPHIC: The World’s Top 10 Solar Countries

INFOGRAPHIC: The World’s Top 10 Solar Countries

In 2003 the world generated 2 terawatt-hours (TWh) of solar electricity. By 2012 that figure jumped to 93 TWh! In the graphic above you can see the explosive growth of solar energy around the globe.

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Anastasiya Kovaleva Makes Delicate Art from Recycled Materials and Food Waste

Anastasiya Kovaleva Makes Delicate Art from Recycled Materials and Food Waste

Artist Anastasiya Kovaleva’s beautiful 'Black Garden' collage is made from a collection of recycled cardboard, paper egg cartons, eggshells, garlic peels, and paper. Kovaleva's work aims to show

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INFOGRAPHIC: Make Your Own DIY Decor for the Holidays!

INFOGRAPHIC: Make Your Own DIY Decor for the Holidays!

The holidays are the most festive time of the year - however you don't need to drop a lot of green to deck the halls with seasonal decor. About.com just launched a new infographic packed full of creative

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Student Built Recycled Pallet Pavilion Connects Architecture with Nature

Student Built Recycled Pallet Pavilion Connects Architecture with Nature

This awesome pavilion constructed by the students of Newcastle University was made from recycled pallets wrapped with hessian and stuffed with straw. The pavilion was constructed to showcase how

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INFOGRAPHIC: Is Your Car Killing You?

INFOGRAPHIC: Is Your Car Killing You?

Most people consider cars to be a perfectly safe form of transportation - but did you know that every 16 minutes a fatal motor vehicle accident occurs in the US? Wish.co.uk just launched a new infographic

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Dvelas Reclaims Worn Boat Sails and Transforms them into Unique Lounging Chairs

Dvelas Reclaims Worn Boat Sails and Transforms them into Unique Lounging Chairs

Handmade in Spain using recycled sails from around the world, each of design studio Dvelas' chairs is a unique expression carrying its own history on the sea. Over time, ship sails start to weather and

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Cost of Food Waste

INFOGRAPHIC: The Cost of Food Waste

Did you know that every year about 1.3 billion tons of food go to waste? That's about a third of all food produced - and yet 870 million people are undernourished around the world. NeoMam Studios just

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INFOGRAPHIC: Interior Design Trends for 2014

INFOGRAPHIC: Interior Design Trends for 2014

Are you considering a home remodel or renovation to ring in the new year? The Glass Tile Store just launched a new infographic on the hottest design trends for 2014. It's packed with tips on what colors,

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Construction Begins on the UK’s Greenest Bus Depot

Construction Begins on the UK’s Greenest Bus Depot

Work has commenced on the new eco-friendly bus facility in Glasgow. The new facility will provide enough space for up to 450 buses and more than 1,200 employees, making it the largest bus depot in the UK.

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INFOGRAPHIC: One Day All Wheels Will Be Square

INFOGRAPHIC: One Day All Wheels Will Be Square

You've probably heard the idiom "you can't reinvent the wheel." Well, it might be time to kick that phrase out of our cultural lexicon thanks to a number of enterprising minds. This new infographic from

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The Audubon Society’s New Interactive Map Lets You Share Raptor Sightings with the Rest of the World

The Audubon Society’s New Interactive Map Lets You Share Raptor Sightings with the Rest of the World

Raptors are remarkable birds! Did you know that a Peregrine Falcon can fly as fast as a Formula One race car? Or that Great Horned Owls can carry prey several times heavier than themselves? Make it a

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INFOGRAPHIC: Energy Saving Tips to Make Your Holidays Shine Bright without Breaking the Bank

INFOGRAPHIC: Energy Saving Tips to Make Your Holidays Shine Bright without Breaking the Bank

The holiday season traditionally conjures up images of trees and homes strung with festive lights, cooking delicious food for cherished guests and a warm hearth to keep cold weather at bay. However,

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Marcela Godoy Turns E-Waste Into Unique and Beautiful Necklaces

Marcela Godoy Turns E-Waste Into Unique and Beautiful Necklaces

Inspired by everyday electronic devices and the speed with which they are discarded nowadays, Marcela Godoy's Elle | E-Waste jewelry collection rescues electronic waste, transforming it into an ornament

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ARKit’s Kensington Residence is a Tiny Green Prefab Home in Victoria, Australia

ARKit’s Kensington Residence is a Tiny Green Prefab Home in Victoria, Australia

The Kensington Residence is a 2 bedroom double story residence that was prefabricated offsite in 3 completely finished sections and environmentally engineered by GHD Australia. The tiny home measures a

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Radlab Inc.’s Beautiful Bench Takes Inspiration from Earth’s Natural Processes

Radlab Inc.’s Beautiful Bench Takes Inspiration from Earth’s Natural Processes

As part of the international Street Seats Competition hosted by Design Museum Boston, Radlab Inc. looked to the natural phenomenon of channeling (the consequence of erosion) for inspiration for their

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Penn State Students Present Beautiful Landscape Designs for Stormwater Management at the Artful Rainwater Event

Penn State Students Present Beautiful Landscape Designs for Stormwater Management at the Artful Rainwater Event

Stormwater management as art? Absolutely. Artful Rainwater Design, a green infrastructure design event that celebrates rain, brought together faculty, students and eco-enthusiasts for a symposium sharing

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Make the Most of a Tiny Micro Apartment

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Make the Most of a Tiny Micro Apartment

In cities where space is limited and rent is high, micro-apartments are fast becoming a popular option for young professionals willing to forego square footage for a coveted neighborhood. However if

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3D Print SUPERSCALE’s Bayanihan Pin and Help Raise Funds for the Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

3D Print SUPERSCALE’s Bayanihan Pin and Help Raise Funds for the Victims of Typhoon Haiyan

To help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, SUPERSCALE is taking a new approach to raising funds by harnessing the power of open-source design and 3D printing. In light of this disaster,

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4/704: Artist Rosie O’Reilly Dyes Clothing With the Tides to Call Attention to Rising Sea Levels

4/704: Artist Rosie O’Reilly Dyes Clothing With the Tides to Call Attention to Rising Sea Levels

4/704 from ALONG CAME A SPIDER on Vimeo. Artist Rosie O’Reilly questions the social and environmental story of our time with 4/704, an installation that ran as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival

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Iris Industries Launches a Cool New Textile and Building Material Made from Recycled Denim

Iris Industries Launches a Cool New Textile and Building Material Made from Recycled Denim

Iris Industries has just launched it's new sustainable composite: Denimite. This material utilizes recycled denim and resin to create a solid, lightweight, durable material that can be used for

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Henry Baumann Creates Incredible Sculptural Furniture From Construction Site Waste

Henry Baumann Creates Incredible Sculptural Furniture From Construction Site Waste

Designer Henry Baumann has created an incredible series of sculptural lamps and chairs by recycling big wooden cable drums often found on building sites. He discovered that these drums were simply too big

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Baikoo Studio’s Bamboo Gazebo Offers a Quiet Place for Relaxation Outdoors

Baikoo Studio’s Bamboo Gazebo Offers a Quiet Place for Relaxation Outdoors

It may just be the start of winter, but it's never too early to start thinking about those warm and sunny days to come. This sustainable and stylish outdoor shade by Baikoo Studio is perfect for anyone

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Infographic: Why 9 Million Wood Stoves Should be Upgraded in the United States

Infographic: Why 9 Million Wood Stoves Should be Upgraded in the United States

According to the EPA, more than 12 million American households heat their homes with wood stoves, yet 75% of those stoves are dirty and inefficient. For those with outdated wood stoves, transitioning to a

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Modern Bicycle Bridge Opens Up in Maassluis,The Netherlands

Modern Bicycle Bridge Opens Up in Maassluis,The Netherlands

This week, a beautifully modern and lightweight bicycle bridge was opened to the public in Maassluis, The Netherlands. The 90-meter long descending route located along the old Maasdike is designed as a

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Hungry Planet Infographic Shows How Much Food and Energy Humans Consume Around the World

Hungry Planet Infographic Shows How Much Food and Energy Humans Consume Around the World

It's no secret that humans are living beyond the means that the planet can sustainably provide - but did you know that on August 20th, 2013 we consumed all of the earth's allotted resources for the entire

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Sergio Vergara’s Guacamaya Tables Fuse Colombian Craftsmanship with Modern Furniture Design

Sergio Vergara’s Guacamaya Tables Fuse Colombian Craftsmanship with Modern Furniture Design

  Guacamayas is a village in the department of Boyacá, Colombia, where traditional artisans manufacture handicrafts from straw and fique. Originally, the material was used for food gathering and

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INFOGRAPHIC: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Need to Improve

INFOGRAPHIC: America’s Failing Infrastructure and the Need to Improve

America once had one of the greatest infrastructure networks in the world - however today our cracked streets and failing bridges stand as testament to the lack of investment and the need for improvement.

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Crea-re Studio Creates Beautiful Hanging Lamps From Wooden Clothespins

Crea-re Studio Creates Beautiful Hanging Lamps From Wooden Clothespins

Sometimes the most beautiful designs are also the simplest - Crea-re has created a line of hanging and standing lamps made almost entirely from repurposed wooden clothespins! When the lamps are turned on

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