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The Bolt is the smallest and lightest electric skateboard in the world

The Bolt is the smallest and lightest electric skateboard in the world

When it comes to commuting, bikes can be too bulky, cars are a pain, and walking can be time consuming. So when robotic engineering student Lorenzo Cella wanted to find a way to speed up his commute, so

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Fantastic Cities is an architecture-themed coloring book for adults

Fantastic Cities is an architecture-themed coloring book for adults

This unique coloring book coming from Chronicle Books features immersive aerial views of real cities from around the world alongside gorgeously illustrated, Inception-like architectural mandalas. Artist

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INFOGRAPHIC: The top 8 home interior trends of 2015, according to Pinterest

INFOGRAPHIC: The top 8 home interior trends of 2015, according to Pinterest

Are you looking for fresh ways to change up your home decor this year? If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably turned to the visual bookmarking website Pinterest for inspiration—and it’s no

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Viven Muller launches open-source 3D-printed Mangrover planter

Viven Muller launches open-source 3D-printed Mangrover planter

3D printers are becoming more and more common, but after the initial novelty wears off, if you aren’t a student or designer, you might run out of things to print. Inhabitat favorite Vivien Muller is

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Zayed Future Energy Prize celebrates achievements in renewable energy and sustainability

INFOGRAPHIC: The Zayed Future Energy Prize celebrates achievements in renewable energy and sustainability

If you're not yet familiar with the Zayed Future Energy Prize, check it out! It celebrates achievements that reflect impact, innovation, vision and leadership in renewable energy and sustainability. The

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INFOGRAPHIC: How upcycling turns trash into treasure

INFOGRAPHIC: How upcycling turns trash into treasure

If you want to save money, help the environment, and engage your creative side, look no farther than the art of upcycling. Not to be confused with recycling, the practice of upcycling transforms unused or

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Flourish after-school program encourages Earth-love from day one

Flourish after-school program encourages Earth-love from day one

The earth’s environment and natural resources are continuing to diminish and die due to the lack of education on the importance of sustainability. Children are becoming the seeds of our future, and if

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Lloyd Godman’s experimental air plant sculpture teaches students about tensegrity

Lloyd Godman’s experimental air plant sculpture teaches students about tensegrity

Artist Lloyd Godman developed SPICEE, an experimental air plant sculpture suspended on the rooftop of the Friends School Hobart in Australia. Created as part of the school’s Quaker in Residence program,

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This pallet-based patio proves that even renters can have stylishly-remodeled spaces

This pallet-based patio proves that even renters can have stylishly-remodeled spaces

When it comes to architectural style, most rentals are bland, cold , and lifeless. Are you a renter or a home owner who dreams about a beautiful outdoor room that is so different from what you have? Are

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Crowdfunding is under way to build a wildlife sanctuary castle in England

Crowdfunding is under way to build a wildlife sanctuary castle in England

  Plans to build a new castle in England are underway, but this isn't a stereotypical building full of royal folks in startling hats; it's going to be a wildlife sanctuary and permaculture

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PULSE by Live Work Play might be the last charger you’ll ever need

PULSE by Live Work Play might be the last charger you’ll ever need

You take your electronics everywhere—even places they're not supposed to go. Whether you're hiking, jogging, skiing, surfing, or otherwise adventuring, taying connected is a necessity. PULSE is the

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INFOGRAPHIC: Tips to lower your carbon footprint

INFOGRAPHIC: Tips to lower your carbon footprint

Changing your carbon footprint at home depends on limiting your electricity usage, since electricity accounts for the majority of residential carbon emissions. If you can't move to wind or solar, your

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Sugru helps you repair and rejuvenate your stuff so you don’t have to throw it away

Sugru helps you repair and rejuvenate your stuff so you don’t have to throw it away

  When you find a hole in one of your boots, or the handle snaps off your favorite tool, what do you usually do? Probably swear a fair bit and then toss the broken item in the garbage, right?

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INFOGRAPHIC: Why the shipping container revolution became popular

INFOGRAPHIC: Why the shipping container revolution became popular

Cargotecture is one of our favorite topics on Inhabitat and it should be no wonder why—building with shipping containers can be an affordable way to provide high-quality housing. Inside Portable

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‘Raven Loft’ is a small, sustainable treehouse home in BC, Canada

‘Raven Loft’ is a small, sustainable treehouse home in BC, Canada

The story of Raven loft started with the idea to live simply, sustainably, and low-cost. Geoff de Ruiter, owner of Raven Loft, bought a half acre forested plot of land for $35,000 through a court ordered

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INFOGRAPHIC: Make your own solar phone charger

INFOGRAPHIC: Make your own solar phone charger

The sun is the perfect source for clean, free energy, but sometimes the technology to harvest our nearest star's power can be a bit expensive. So why not take matters into your own hands and create your

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A++ Architecture Unveils Plans for Shipping Container Homes in Bodrum, Turkey

A++ Architecture Unveils Plans for Shipping Container Homes in Bodrum, Turkey

A++ Architecture recently unveiled plans to construct a cluster of net zero energy buildings in Bodrum, Turkey. The new development will feature a number of highly efficient, low cost homes made from

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Nymph’s Workshop makes unique, handcrafted lamps out of coconut shells

Nymph’s Workshop makes unique, handcrafted lamps out of coconut shells

Artist from Lithuania creates lamps out of coconuts that not only looks like a piece of jewelry but also shines amazing light art. Nymphs lamps are handcrafted out of coconut shell by drilling thousand

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A Church in the Netherlands has been converted into a house of coffee worship

A Church in the Netherlands has been converted into a house of coffee worship

An 18th-Century abbey in the Netherlands has been transformed into a center of worship for caffeine and great conversation. Located in the hamlet of Abshoven in the Dutch province of Limburg, the

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Brick Lamp is an understated lamp that looks like a humble piece of concrete

Brick Lamp is an understated lamp that looks like a humble piece of concrete

HCWD Studio works strike to rediscover the using experience of daily object, and redefine the relationship between human scale, space and landscape. The New York-based design studio just launched their

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INFOGRAPHIC: The dangers of indoor pollution and how to deal with it

INFOGRAPHIC: The dangers of indoor pollution and how to deal with it

In 2012, household air pollution made up 7.7% of all global mortalities. Given that we spend 90% of our lives indoors, it's important that the air we breathe indoors is clean, which can be a challenge

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Spring’s baby animals are easy prey for outdoor pets—help keep them safe!

Spring’s baby animals are easy prey for outdoor pets—help keep them safe!

All around the world, songbirds are disappearing at an alarming rate. Although many of them perish due to habitat loss and poisoning by agricultural pesticides, a startling number of them are killed by

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Naked filter is an affordable and easy solution to clean healthy water

Naked filter is an affordable and easy solution to clean healthy water

The lack of access to clean water is a major humanitarian problem around the world. Silicon Valley startup Liquidity Nanotech wants to help solve that issue by bringing clean, healthy drinking water to

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KP Cykler is building a better bike with built-in theft deterrent

KP Cykler is building a better bike with built-in theft deterrent

A Danish cycling brand KP Cykler is raising funds on Kickstarter. In addition to beautiful aesthetics, their bicycles have incorporated the latest smartphone technologies to make bicycle identification

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INFOGRAPHIC: Why are rainforests so important?

INFOGRAPHIC: Why are rainforests so important?

"Save the rainforests!" is a call to action that most of us have come across at some point or another, whether it was on a news broadcast or splayed across an activist's tee-shirt. It's a great slogan,

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INFOGRAPHIC: Do you know how bad the litter crisis in Europe is?

INFOGRAPHIC: Do you know how bad the litter crisis in Europe is?

Did you know that the total cost of cleaning up litter throughout Europe is estimated at €10 to 13 billion a year? That hefty cleanup cost isn’t just unsightly; it also puts a huge dent in the average

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INFOGRAPHIC: Ten tips to save you 25,000 gallons of water

INFOGRAPHIC: Ten tips to save you 25,000 gallons of water

With World Water Day this Sunday, it's the perfect time to consider all the small changes you can make to be water smart. For instance, if every American home replaced their old toilets with WaterSense

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Laughing Chickens offers DIY chicken coops that can fit in bike boxes for portability

Laughing Chickens offers DIY chicken coops that can fit in bike boxes for portability

Laughing Chickens is a Marin County, California-based workshop that's been making beautiful hen houses and runs exclusively from reclaimed redwood fence boards. With interest in their designs coming from

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Presso Design upcycles burlap coffee sacks into stylish bags and sleeves

Presso Design upcycles burlap coffee sacks into stylish bags and sleeves

Presso Design is a small, family owned brother & sister business dedicated to crafting laptop, iPad, iPhone etc. sleeves and computer bags made from upcycled coffee sacks and real Italian

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Donate now to help Project H students build tiny homes to help their community

Donate now to help Project H students build tiny homes to help their community

https://vimeo.com/121906128 Project H is a non-profit organization based in California that encourages creativity among young people in the community. Working with a group of designers and architects,

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