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London welcomes a geodesic dome to promote the “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom”

London welcomes a geodesic dome to promote the “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom”

To celebrate 2015 as the official year of Mexico in the United Kingdom, Mexico Tourism Board teamed up with Freedomes - manufacturer of geodesic dome structures based in Poland and projection specialists

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Learn about water-sensitive urban design for FREE with this online course

Learn about water-sensitive urban design for FREE with this online course

Water, water everywhere. Developing water-sensitive urban areas is rapidly becoming a key factor in sustainability, but it's a challenging topic with a lot of moving parts. FutureLearn has partnered

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 of the world’s most unusual dream homes

INFOGRAPHIC: 8 of the world’s most unusual dream homes

What does your dream home look like? If your ideal vision favors the imaginative and avant-garde over McMansions, you’ll love this infographic that spells out some of the world’s most eccentric home

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Reclaim Design handcrafts upcycled planter pots for your eco-conscious garden

Reclaim Design handcrafts upcycled planter pots for your eco-conscious garden

Reclaim Design uses recycled and reclaimed materials to craft their handmade line of planter pots, vertical gardens, and even wall-mounted and hanging terrariums, featuring reclaimed glass jars. Inspired

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Felix Ruder designs Symbio, a 100 percent biodegradable stool

Felix Ruder designs Symbio, a 100 percent biodegradable stool

Architecture student Felix Ruder designed Symbio, a 100% biodegradable stool as part of a class project at Sweden’s Lund School of Architecture. Inspired by Alan Wisman’s book “What Happens to the

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Help Kickstart Kalsada specialty coffee from the Philippines

Help Kickstart Kalsada specialty coffee from the Philippines

Kalsada offers a new specialty coffee origin with a social mission to bring Philippine coffee to the international stage. The company, founded by three female entrepreneurs, work closely with farmers to

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to make your home more allergy-friendly

INFOGRAPHIC: How to make your home more allergy-friendly

It's likely that we all know someone who is affected by allergies, and it’s hard to keep triggers at bay, especially when some of the most common allergy-triggering culprits can be found in our very

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Ultra-customizable Erembald bikes have organic designs laser-cut into their frames

Ultra-customizable Erembald bikes have organic designs laser-cut into their frames

Cycling is hot nowadays. Since driving cars has become expensive and traffic jams dominate the city landscape, bikes have become the number one urban transport manner. However, the vast majority of bikes

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Alchemy of Waste hopes to promote upcycling with their stunning videos

Alchemy of Waste hopes to promote upcycling with their stunning videos

https://vimeo.com/93551810 Alchemy of Waste is all about "building a waste-not wonderland". It's a collaborative, multi-media project that integrates upcycled materials into an interdisciplinary

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INFOGRAPHIC: Jumpstart your green thumb with these DIY garden projects for spring

INFOGRAPHIC: Jumpstart your green thumb with these DIY garden projects for spring

If you’re itching to bring life back to your garden after this year’s brutal winter season, you’ll enjoy Capital Garden Services’ infographic for DIY ideas on revitalizing your garden blooms. This

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Female role models stand tall over London in honour of International Women’s Day

Female role models stand tall over London in honour of International Women’s Day

The idea behind this project is to pay tribute to the amazing women who helped to shape modern culture and society; women who have so often been overlooked or pushed to the sidelines while male

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INFOGRAPHIC: Could we end our fossil fuel addiction by 2050?

INFOGRAPHIC: Could we end our fossil fuel addiction by 2050?

Scientists say that unless we change our ways quickly, we could be seriously screwed when it comes to climate change. But since we are reliant on fossil fuels, is it even possible to move away in time?

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Marcel van Heeswijk designs airy office for GoodHabitz in Eindhoven

Marcel van Heeswijk designs airy office for GoodHabitz in Eindhoven

GoodHabitz, an online education hub in Eindhoven, Netherlands, hired Marcel van Heeswijk to design the interior of their new office space. Since the company's mandate is the transfer of knowledge, van

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Eduardo Benamore Duarte’s sculptural Animada chair is made from rotating ash ribs

Eduardo Benamore Duarte’s sculptural Animada chair is made from rotating ash ribs

Portuguese architect Eduardo Benamor Duarte designed Animada, a sculptural chair made from ash ribs set in an undulating pattern. Designed for the international event Art on Chairs’ Duets, Duarte’s

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FactoryTwentyOne’s new Unique Collection is made from oak, mahogany, and recycled pallets

FactoryTwentyOne’s new Unique Collection is made from oak, mahogany, and recycled pallets

The ‘Unique Collection’ of furniture, handmade from precisely cut recycled oak, mahogany, and pallet wood, is the work of FactoryTwentyOne owner, Christopher Berry. Each piece is the result of many

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Infographic: How Climate Change Will Affect Your Health

Infographic: How Climate Change Will Affect Your Health

There's a long list of things that will suffer because of extreme climate change - but did you know that your health is one of them? Beyond the extreme environmental ramifications, climate change is set

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Tiny house builder is using Kickstarter to fund her mobile pottery business

Tiny house builder is using Kickstarter to fund her mobile pottery business

What can I tell you about being a builder? I can tell you that I love to toss numbers around in my head and figure out how to stretch lines into curves. A stationary nail connected to a string and tied

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INFOGRAPHIC: The world’s most fascinating unbuilt buildings

INFOGRAPHIC: The world’s most fascinating unbuilt buildings

There are countless buildings around the world that we all recognize and love, from the Empire State Building to the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, and the Burj Khalifa. But what about all of the

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INFOGRAPHIC: Discover the cleanest cities in the world

INFOGRAPHIC: Discover the cleanest cities in the world

There's a movement afoot to find ways to create super clean cities. Birmingham, England is slashing emissions like a CO2 ninja, while Oslo boasts the honor of having not a single landfill. Copenhagen is

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Noocity Growbeds enable urban agriculture in any space – now available via Indiegogo

Noocity Growbeds enable urban agriculture in any space – now available via Indiegogo

Concern regarding the origins of the products we consume is increasing, and cities like New York, São Paulo, and Paris are filled with mini-markets for organic produce, street fairs with local producers,

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Revolutionize your daily commute with the stylish and futuristic Spark e-bike

Revolutionize your daily commute with the stylish and futuristic Spark e-bike

Canadian company Shocke bikes designed a new kind of electric bike that’s guaranteed to spice up your daily commute. Introducing the Shocke Spark, a stylish and sleek all-terrain electric bike that

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The world’s first plantable coffee cup replenishes local flora

The world’s first plantable coffee cup replenishes local flora

In America alone, over 145 billion disposable coffee cups are discarded annually. People's coffee habits have led to a startling amount of waste, much of which fails to end up in recycling bins. Then

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Could a Spillway Bar Pavilion Manage Seine Flooding in Paris?

Could a Spillway Bar Pavilion Manage Seine Flooding in Paris?

With water levels rising worldwide, there's a very real risk of floods in any city that has a river at its core. Architect Dr. Margot Krasojević has envisioned a dynamic spillway pavilion that could play

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This simple gadget could extend the life of your produce up to 3 times as long

This simple gadget could extend the life of your produce up to 3 times as long

We've all done it - you purchase a bunch of luscious fresh fruits and veggies, only to lose track of the time and find them languishing in the back of the crisper, covered in a layer of fuzz. This one

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How BioLite camping stoves are saving lives in developing countries

How BioLite camping stoves are saving lives in developing countries

Approximately 3 billion people around the world lack access to modern energy, and cook over open flames that billow smoke and cause severe respiratory illnesses. In fact, more premature deaths occur from

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TripLit is the first portable, endlessly versatile OLED light

TripLit is the first portable, endlessly versatile OLED light

Alkilu's TripLit is the first portable OLED device. Hang it from a tree, prop it up on a desk or even use it to light the area to change a tire. TripLit has three positions in addition to a built-in hook

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Lumi is the first smart light that can adjust itself for your optimal health and comfort

Lumi is the first smart light that can adjust itself for your optimal health and comfort

  If you thought all there was to lighting was just the ability to turn it on and off, you are in for a surprise. Lighting is incredibly important for our health and well-being, and our currently

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‘Origami 9010′ furniture series folds doors instead of paper

‘Origami 9010′ furniture series folds doors instead of paper

So, it turns out that origami isn't just for paper. Designer Yoraco González's "Origami 9010" furniture series is entirely influenced by traditional Japanese paper-folding techniques. These origami

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FlipCrown lets you flat-pack your bike for easy storage

FlipCrown lets you flat-pack your bike for easy storage

Flat-Pack any bike with FlipCrown. Over 50 percent of all people live in cities, a number that is still rising. Another thing that is growing, is people riding bikes. In these urban settings, where every

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LEAFXPRO is the world’s first umbrella for your bike

LEAFXPRO is the world’s first umbrella for your bike

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8y9e6lhKbU Not being able to use your bike because of bad weather shouldn't force you to fall back on transportation that's harmful for our environment. LEAFXPRO is a

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