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You can buy one of Wheelys’ new bicycle cafés on Indiegogo!

You can buy one of Wheelys’ new bicycle cafés on Indiegogo!

The team behind Wheelys, the world’s smallest and arguably most eco-friendly café, just launched a new coffee shop on wheels and an Indiegogo campaign to allow entrepreneurs around the world join their

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This map reveals which countries will survive climate change (and which countries are in big trouble)

This map reveals which countries will survive climate change (and which countries are in big trouble)

As the global climate changes, some countries are going to feel the impact of global warming more than others. Notre Dame has created an annual index showing which countries will get away with a smaller

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Help the Food is Free Project transform your community

Help the Food is Free Project transform your community

Have you heard about the Food is Free Project yet? If not, it's worth looking into! It began in 2012 as a way for people to build community while also growing their own food, and has been sweeping across

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‘Till the Cows Come Home: a shipping container restaurant in Berlin

‘Till the Cows Come Home: a shipping container restaurant in Berlin

Set in a 40-foot-long cargo container, Till the Cows Come Home is a Berlin-based slow food kitchen that serves haute vegetarian cuisine. Designed by Natalie Viaux, the shipping container has been

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Sioux is a handmade solid beech coat rack inspired by American Indian culture

Sioux is a handmade solid beech coat rack inspired by American Indian culture

French studio Nab Design created Sioux, a handmade coat rack made from solid beech wood. Inspired by American Indian culture, the Sioux evokes the image of three arrows embedded into a bullseye target.

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Bibliophonies is a public bench that dispenses music, text and light

Bibliophonies is a public bench that dispenses music, text and light

Near the newly-constructed L'Autre Lieu library in Bretagne, France sits a clever little bench that isn't your typical resting spot. Called the Bibliophonie, the bench dispenses sound, text and light to

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Johanson3′s electric cargo tricycles are the perfect answer for the modern commute

Johanson3′s electric cargo tricycles are the perfect answer for the modern commute

Commuting by bike is a great way to get around, but traditional 2-wheel pedal bikes have limited carrying capacity. If you love bikes and are looking to schlep around more than just yourself (perhaps your

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Support this Kickstarter campaign and you’ll find a crop circle in your own bathroom

Support this Kickstarter campaign and you’ll find a crop circle in your own bathroom

Inspired by the magic of crop circles that appear around the world, designer Anatoliy Omelchenko has created a little bit of otherworldly wonder that everyone can revel in: patterned towels that "make

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INFOGRAPHIC: How digital technology is empowering your inner interior designer

INFOGRAPHIC: How digital technology is empowering your inner interior designer

The advent of digital media like Pinterest and other mobile lifestyle apps has made it easier than ever to find interior design inspiration. But the amazing advances in digital technology have brought

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Interactive LED Arcade Cake is the coolest birthday cake we’ve ever seen

Interactive LED Arcade Cake is the coolest birthday cake we’ve ever seen

If you want to go above and beyond the standard birthday cake, consider following in the footsteps of Alexander Treiber, a man who baked an edible, interactive LED cake for his wife’s birthday. To let

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Studio Souffle creates cushy portable spaces that can be inflated almost anywhere

Studio Souffle creates cushy portable spaces that can be inflated almost anywhere

Here's a great way to start enjoying more of your daily activities al fresco. Custom designed and handcrafted by Studio Souffle, these amazing inflatable structures are portable designs that can be popped

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Vegua lets you grow plants and clean your fish bowl at the same time

Vegua lets you grow plants and clean your fish bowl at the same time

Ever thought of producing food with help of your pet fish? The Vegua enables you to grow herbs, vegetables and fruit in a creative and innovative way using the waste produced by your scaly companions. The

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Sign up now for the Organicology food conference in Portland, OR, this February

Sign up now for the Organicology food conference in Portland, OR, this February

From Febrary 5–7, 2015, the Hilton Portland and Executive Tower Hotel in downtown Portland, Oregon, will be host to this year's Organicology food conference. Featuring workshops, training sessions,

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Sculptural Etazin lounge chairs are surrounded by spinning rings

Sculptural Etazin lounge chairs are surrounded by spinning rings

Designer Kate Brown designed Etazin, a series of sculptural and interactive outdoor lounge chairs that turn a full 360 degrees to take advantage of surrounding views. Inspired by the Asian moon gate

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INFOGRAPHIC: January is Radon Action Month—Is Your Home Safe?

INFOGRAPHIC: January is Radon Action Month—Is Your Home Safe?

Since January is Radon Action Month, there's no better time to talk about the dangers that may be present in your home or office. A colorless, odorless gas, radon can seep into buildings through cracks

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Harvesting Station uses urban farming to reactivate forgotten city spaces

Harvesting Station uses urban farming to reactivate forgotten city spaces

As cities grow ever denser with increasing development, so do the number of forgotten, interstitial spaces. To activate those leftover spaces, architect Antonio Scarponi developed the Harvesting Station,

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BioLabyrinthus Garden bridges sustainable development with classic French garden aesthetics

BioLabyrinthus Garden bridges sustainable development with classic French garden aesthetics

  The labyrinth-style garden created by French landscape architects Corinne Julhiet Détroyat and Claude Pasquer won first place at Italy’s Orticulario international creative garden

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WEWOOD designs textured sideboard made from oak and walnut

WEWOOD designs textured sideboard made from oak and walnut

Portuguese joinery firm WEWOOD designed scarpa, a sideboard with a beautiful 3D textured pattern. Made from oak and walnut, the geometric-patterned sideboard can be adjusted in width and height to adapt

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Velodome offes cyclists smart solutions for on-the-go bike repair

Velodome offes cyclists smart solutions for on-the-go bike repair

Bicycling is a brilliantly green way to get around and new products are always being designed to appeal to cyclists. Now, equipment that used to be available only at bike shops or in home basements and

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The Tree House by Matt Fajkus Architecture is a light-filled family home in Texas

The Tree House by Matt Fajkus Architecture is a light-filled family home in Texas

Matt Fajkus Architecture has created a bright, daylit home in Austin, Texas, and is centered around a huge oak tree on the property. Clad in stucco, the upper level is a floating white box that acts as a

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to make the right window choices for a light-filled home

INFOGRAPHIC: How to make the right window choices for a light-filled home

Light-filled homes always catch our eye here at Inhabitat—natural lighting makes interiors look great, and it can also reduce a home’s energy footprint and dependency on artificial lighting. While

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This Amsterdam park is lit by lanterns made out of shirts

This Amsterdam park is lit by lanterns made out of shirts

Shirt brand BB Chum is zeroing in on the Amsterdam Light Festival with a light installation in the Vondelpark in Amsterdam. Every year Amsterdam celebrates with a stunning festival of lights and this year

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Simone de Gale harnessed the golden spiral ratio to design a spherical gallery in London, UK

Simone de Gale harnessed the golden spiral ratio to design a spherical gallery in London, UK

Simone de Gale Architects has created the conceptual design for a striking spherical art gallery in the heart of the City of London. Inspired by the concept of "pure geometry", they took cues

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Two teens launch a 100% natural wood watch company in hopes of funding Alzheimer’s research

Two teens launch a 100% natural wood watch company in hopes of funding Alzheimer’s research

Two teenage brothers—Reed Stephens, 18, and Riley Stephens, 16—have launched a Kickstarter campaign for Ambici, a line of 100% natural wood watches. Made with removable links for easy adjustment, the

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The beautiful and ergonomic OneLess Desk nests together to help save precious floor space

The beautiful and ergonomic OneLess Desk nests together to help save precious floor space

If your New Year’s resolution this year is to keep a clean and organized home, look no further than Heckler Design’s OneLess Desk, an ergonomic computer desk that can help you stay tidy in style. Made

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Cinch! is a solar-powered and spacious pop-up tent that sets up in seconds

Cinch! is a solar-powered and spacious pop-up tent that sets up in seconds

The camping tent is one of the most essential pieces of equipment for the great outdoors, but it can also be one of the most aggravating because of poor assembly practices and build quality. Camping

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Sukkarboard is a temporary, lightweight shelter made from recycled cardboard and newspaper

Sukkarboard is a temporary, lightweight shelter made from recycled cardboard and newspaper

Italian architecture firm Pelizzi Architettura designed the Sukkarboard, a temporary, lightweight shelter made from cardboard boxes and newspaper. Constructed using paper mache techniques for the weeklong

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Sustainable photoluminescent architecture has the potential to light up the night

Sustainable photoluminescent architecture has the potential to light up the night

Architect Eleonora Nicoletti has a rather bright idea: she's proposing the use of photoluminescent architecture that glows in the dark without electric power. These structures could be used for

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Torchia is a portable emergency flashlight powered by solar energy

Torchia is a portable emergency flashlight powered by solar energy

Going off the grid comes with many risks, but you can make the adventure a bit easier and safer with clever alternative-energy gadgets like the Torchia, a solar-powered emergency flashlight. Developed by

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Anagraphic’s Starry Light LED Lamp Casts Constellations of Stars Across Your Ceiling

Anagraphic’s Starry Light LED Lamp Casts Constellations of Stars Across Your Ceiling

What if you could capture the night sky and bring the light of countless shining stars indoors? Budapest-based design duo Anna Farkas and Miklós Batisz's new Starry Light LED pendant lamp does exactly

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