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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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MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp’s West Coast Ghost Tables Give Timber Offcuts a Fresh New Life

MAKEcamp's West Coast Ghosts are a series of tables and furnishings characterized by a large block of reclaimed timber set atop an ephemeral base. The pieces draw a direct metaphorical analogy to the

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Hakan Gursu’s Unique Flame Stovetop Kettle Heats Water Up in a Flash

Hakan Gursu’s Unique Flame Stovetop Kettle Heats Water Up in a Flash

Hakan Gürsu's Flame is an eco-friendly kettle that's produced from 100-percent recyclable materials without any plastic. Inspired by traditional copper-kettles, the unique design combines copper and

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Euan Maharg’s Lush and Green Motorway Bridge Design Wins the Seven Loch Contest

Euan Maharg’s Lush and Green Motorway Bridge Design Wins the Seven Loch Contest

Glasgow-based landscape architect Euan Maharg has won the Seven Loch's Contest to design a new green bridge over a motorway at the Seven Lochs Wetland Park in Glasgow. Euan, with the backing of Glasgow

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Infographic: Energy Efficiency and Why it Matters

Infographic: Energy Efficiency and Why it Matters

As the COP 19 Climate Change Conference takes place in Warsaw, in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan, the need for decisive climate policy is at an all-time high. Philips is calling for renewed optimism and

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Canadian Artist Sarah Hatton Turns Thousands of Dead Honeybees Into Dizzying Mandalas

Canadian Artist Sarah Hatton Turns Thousands of Dead Honeybees Into Dizzying Mandalas

Canadian artist Sarah Hatton links neonicotinoid pesticides present in crops to the worldwide decline of bee populations. To raise awareness on the issue, she started to create works of art from dead

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Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito Creates Colorful “Connected” Art from Recycled Materials

Julie Peppito's "Connected" art exhibit consists of sculptures and drawings comprised of intricately drawn on, stitched, and smashed together debris. Her eclectic pieces make metaphorical connections

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Spacemaker Lets You Walk Inside Virtual Reality 3D Building Models!

Spacemaker Lets You Walk Inside Virtual Reality 3D Building Models!

Spacemaker VR is an exciting new way for designers to create virtual reality models they can walk in using their own 3d design files. Spacemaker was made for giving jaw-dropping presentations to clients

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‘Connected’ Film Follows a UK Family on Their Journey Exploring Eco-Issues Across Europe

‘Connected’ Film Follows a UK Family on Their Journey Exploring Eco-Issues Across Europe

Connected is a film about positive change and incorporates every part of our lives, from the buildings we live in to the food we eat to the way we act. Following the journey of a UK-based family who left

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INFOGRAPHIC: The State of the US Power Sector and the Growth of Renewable Energy

INFOGRAPHIC: The State of the US Power Sector and the Growth of Renewable Energy

The US power sector is facing a crossroads - an aging demographic and a decreasing number of graduates are shrinking the workforce dramatically. A set of proposed solutions have been made including the

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Tom Raffield’s New Green Lighting Collection Gives Sustainably Sourced Woods Unexpected Forms

Tom Raffield’s New Green Lighting Collection Gives Sustainably Sourced Woods Unexpected Forms

Award-winning lighting designer Tom Raffield is delighted to announce a selection of brand new products to his contemporary wooden lighting range. First is the the Bloom Light which utilizes petals of

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Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

Led by the creative direction of recognized pet furniture designer Corey Drew, Architect Pets creates innovative pet products that are simply irresistible to any design conscience home and pet owner.

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LaGuardia Design’s Beautiful Stone Record House Can Battle the Harshest Elements

LaGuardia Design’s Beautiful Stone Record House Can Battle the Harshest Elements

In order to save their beloved house from the incessant encroachment of the Atlantic Ocean, the owners of the Record House reckoned with the inevitable and had their 1970 home cut from its pilings and

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Rutz Architekten Wins the Architecture at Zero Competition with Their Zero-Net Energy Building Design

Rutz Architekten Wins the Architecture at Zero Competition with Their Zero-Net Energy Building Design

Rutz Architekten's winning proposal in the 2013 Architecture at Zero Competition is a zero-net energy building, featuring 150 affordable apartments, a grocery store, and farmer's market in the

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After Trillium: Solar-Powered Flower Sculpture Opens and Closes With the Sun

After Trillium: Solar-Powered Flower Sculpture Opens and Closes With the Sun

After Trillium is a solar powered robotic sculpture by artist Anthony Castronovo that is inspired by Iowa's native Trillium flower. The sculpture is made of cast aluminum and kiln-formed glass and uses

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‘Retrash’ Coffee Table Book Offers Up Inspired Upcycled, Recycled, and Repurposed Designs

‘Retrash’ Coffee Table Book Offers Up Inspired Upcycled, Recycled, and Repurposed Designs

Here at Inhabitat, we love designers and crafters that find innovative ways to turn trash into new, modern treasures. Now there's a book called Retrash that features an array of artists from around the

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Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Cybernetic Meadow Planters Pair Household Gadgets With Living Plants!

Why isn't computing more like gardening? The Cybernetic Meadow Collection is a series of handmade objects that seek to reorient our relationship to technology at home. People have accepted WIFI routers,

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rePly Turns Plywood Scraps Into Unique Modern Furniture

rePly Turns Plywood Scraps Into Unique Modern Furniture

Tired of looking to IKEA for your furniture fix? The designers over at rePly Furniture are creating eco-friendly furniture from recovered materials, just for people who are tired of mass-produced,

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Stargazers’ Travel Guide Shows the Best Places to See the Stars Around the World

Stargazers’ Travel Guide Shows the Best Places to See the Stars Around the World

Today many people live in towns and cities where light pollution blots out the night sky, making it hard to see the stars. NeoMam Infographic Studios recently created a new infographic for Cheapflights.ca

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