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Object Guerrilla’s Flat-Pack Lounge Chair Can Be Assembled in a Snap Using Zip Ties

Object Guerrilla’s Flat-Pack Lounge Chair Can Be Assembled in a Snap Using Zip Ties

Flat-pack furniture has taken the furniture market by storm, but not everyone's a fan of fumbling around with tiny hex keys to assemble their furnishings. That's why OpenDesk and Baltimore-based Object

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Wooden Incurva Wine Rack Blends Craftmanship with Sustainably Sourced Materials

Wooden Incurva Wine Rack Blends Craftmanship with Sustainably Sourced Materials

If you're looking for a chic and elegant way to display your wine collection, look no further than design studio Formabilio's INCURVA. This elegant wine bottle holder blends craftsmanship with sustainably

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From Bottle to Bag: Thread Collaborates with Moop to Create Responsible Bags Out of Haitian Trash

From Bottle to Bag: Thread Collaborates with Moop to Create Responsible Bags Out of Haitian Trash

Most of us have seen the islands of discarded plastic bottles that bob around in our oceans and create mountains in landfill sites, but there are a few companies out there that are harnessing all that

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Nik Baeyens’ Portable Flatpack Fire Basket is Perfect for Storytelling on Warm Summer Nights

Nik Baeyens’ Portable Flatpack Fire Basket is Perfect for Storytelling on Warm Summer Nights

Inspired by the shape and movement of a spider and the mythology of ancient storytelling signs and symbols, “FIREWALKWITHME” is a portable knockdown fire basket made of corten steel by designer Nik

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Eggpicnic Prints: Bringing Awareness of Bird Extinctions Through Art

Eggpicnic Prints: Bringing Awareness of Bird Extinctions Through Art

Did you know that according to recent findings by Bird Life international, 1 in every 5 bird species could be extinct in the next 50-80 years? Take a quick look at the birds around you the next time you

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Foldability’s Exquisite Chloe Pendant Origami Lamp is Made from 70 Hand-Folded Paper Squares

Foldability’s Exquisite Chloe Pendant Origami Lamp is Made from 70 Hand-Folded Paper Squares

Design studio Foldability recently unveiled the Chloe Pendant, their newest line in origami lighting in honor of the John Lewis department store chain's 150th anniversary. The exquisite hanging lamp is

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INFOGRAPHIC: The State of E-Waste

INFOGRAPHIC: The State of E-Waste

E-waste is one of the fastest growing waste sources in the world, and on average only 25% of household electronics are actually collected and recycled. That's a staggering statistic - especially when you

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Under Cover Camper: An Elegant Two-Person Tent for Eco-Friendly Camping

Under Cover Camper: An Elegant Two-Person Tent for Eco-Friendly Camping

A quick look at the aftermath of any music festival shows just how little tents are valued, these days. Everywhere from Glastonbury to Bonnaroo or Coachella, 1 in 5 tents are left behind once the crowds

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Adorable Vintage LED 1.0 Lamp is Inspired by the 1962 Energy-Efficient Prototype

Adorable Vintage LED 1.0 Lamp is Inspired by the 1962 Energy-Efficient Prototype

LEDs are touted as the ultimate in energy efficient lighting, but the world's first prototype of the light-emitting diode was likely a far cry from the tiny, featherlight versions we're used to today. To

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Aymeric Renoud’s Minimalist ‘R Chair’ Reduces, Reuses, Recycles, and Rethinks Materials

Aymeric Renoud’s Minimalist ‘R Chair’ Reduces, Reuses, Recycles, and Rethinks Materials

Aymeric Renoud‘s R chair is the first in a series of four furnishings that explore one of the most basic notions of sustainability, the 4R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rethink).The idea for this

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Explore EDGEcondition: A New Online Architecture Journal

Explore EDGEcondition: A New Online Architecture Journal

On April 23rd, a fabulous new architecture publication was launched by Gem Barton and Cara Courage. EDGEcondition is an online journal that focuses on the ideas and projects of those involved in

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Brooklyn’s Old Shipping Terminal Gets a New, Eco-Savvy “Comfort Station”

Brooklyn’s Old Shipping Terminal Gets a New, Eco-Savvy “Comfort Station”

The Brookly Bush Terminal seems to be getting a facelift. This historic shipping and warehouse area is being drawn into this new era of eco-responsibility and sustainability with a new 1200-square-foot

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Cella: Adorable Modular Planter Pods Perfect for the Urban Plant Lover

Cella: Adorable Modular Planter Pods Perfect for the Urban Plant Lover

Looking to bring a splash of green into your tiny city apartment? Check out Cella, a new, creative product designed by firm Ecoid that aims to bring urban people closer to nature. Constructed of flexible,

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Studio Cheha’s Bulbing LED Lamps Are Mind-Bending Optical Illusions

Studio Cheha’s Bulbing LED Lamps Are Mind-Bending Optical Illusions

Studio Cheha just blew our minds with their amazing Bulbing LED lamps! These energy-efficient lights look like 3D wireframe models, however step to the side and you'll see that they're made from a flat

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The Iri Lamp Creates a Primal, Bonfire-Like Glow Anywhere in Your Home

The Iri Lamp Creates a Primal, Bonfire-Like Glow Anywhere in Your Home

The Iri lamp is designed to explore the connection between humankind and nature. Our first method of generating light was fire, and this lamp's design is drawn from a bonfire's basic shape, and produces a

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Dear Human Recycles Paper Pulp into Illuminating Pulplite Pendant Lamps

Dear Human Recycles Paper Pulp into Illuminating Pulplite Pendant Lamps

Utilizing the paper offcuts from a local garment factory, Canadian-based studio Dear Human recently developed the Pulplites series. Made up of 100% pulped recycled paper, these handmade ceramic and paper

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Biking to Work Can Help You Save Money, Lose Weight, and Reduce CO2

INFOGRAPHIC: How Biking to Work Can Help You Save Money, Lose Weight, and Reduce CO2

If you've ever been curious about bicycle commuting, upcoming Bike to Work week (May 12 - May 16) is your perfect chance to start. Whether you're riding to save money, time, or just for the fun of it,

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A New Take on Posy Rings: Floral Jewelry that Kids Can Create Themselves

A New Take on Posy Rings: Floral Jewelry that Kids Can Create Themselves

When you were a child, did you ever make rings out of dandelion stems, or weave flowers into a crown to wear? Nearly every kid on the planet will decorate themselves with blossoms at some point, and these

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Reclaimed Plastic Furniture Can Help You Recline in Style

Reclaimed Plastic Furniture Can Help You Recline in Style

Isn't it ironic that most things that are made of plastic are used only once and then thrown into the trash, but plastic itself is a material that lasts forever; something that the Earth simply cannot

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Should Human Remains be Composted as a Soil-Building Project?

Should Human Remains be Composted as a Soil-Building Project?

Everything that lives will eventually die: it's the one absolute that can be counted on. One question that comes to everyone's mind eventually is what to do with their body after they've passed away; some

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Oregon Institute of Technology Now Generating Its Own Energy On Campus

Oregon Institute of Technology Now Generating Its Own Energy On Campus

On April 18th, the Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls celebrated the completion of two major renewable energy projects, making it the first university in North America to generate all of its

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TrashNothing Connects Freecyclers Around the World to Reduce Landfill use

TrashNothing Connects Freecyclers Around the World to Reduce Landfill use

You've probably heard of "Freecycling" by now, but if you haven't, it's a system through which one person's used/unloved items become another person's treasure. As the idea has gained in popularity,

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These Pinecone Lamps Bring a Touch of Nature Into Your Living Room

These Pinecone Lamps Bring a Touch of Nature Into Your Living Room

Inspired by cones from French pine trees, Zappy lamps by Shneid are made from lightweight panels of either ash or oak, and fill any space with soft, natural-seeming light. Each piece is crafted by hand

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INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Shockingly Expensive Homes in San Francisco

INFOGRAPHIC: 8 Shockingly Expensive Homes in San Francisco

The cost of living is rising at an unprecedented rate in San Francisco, and recent reports show that the city has some of the most expensive housing prices in the nation - but just how high have rents

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Architecture for a Change: Cooking Up Community Spirit in Zandspruit, Johannesburg

Architecture for a Change: Cooking Up Community Spirit in Zandspruit, Johannesburg

Johannesburg-based architecture firm Architecture for a Change helped to create a low-cost community bakery in the Zandspruit region. Comprised of several friends who met at school, the firm is dedicated

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The Lui Cat Scratcher Lets Form Follow Function Purrrfectly

The Lui Cat Scratcher Lets Form Follow Function Purrrfectly

The handmade Lui Cat Scratcher by Modko gives your cat a couple of great reasons to leave the couch alone: not only is it made of corrugated cardboard (which naturally attracts cats, providing your furry

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IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

IKEA-Inspired Wood Boske Bike Can be Assembled With a Single Allen Wrench

Dan Gestoso Rivers' Boske bike is a beautiful wood cycle inspired by the design of IKEA's flat-pack kit furniture. The bike’s frame is made from curved laminated wood, and the mechanical pieces (such as

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Apparatus X: A Mobile Eco Shelter Ideal for Disaster Relief

Apparatus X: A Mobile Eco Shelter Ideal for Disaster Relief

State College, PA — Students at Penn State are turning a trailer into an off-grid disaster relief shelter that will be well-suited for both first-response, as well as long-term aid. The trailer, called

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Now You Can Rule Your Own “Eastern Block” with These Pop-Up Paper Buildings

Now You Can Rule Your Own “Eastern Block” with These Pop-Up Paper Buildings

  Blok Wschodni / Eastern Block is a collection of paper cut-out models representing various modernist buildings in Warsaw, Poland. Made and distributed by Zupagrafika, the series features

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Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Laser-Cut Koi Bike Rack Offers a Stylish New Way to Keep Bicycles Safe in Philly

Jibe Design won a bike rack competition with Koi - a futuristic new rack design that will be installed at the base of a downtown high-rise in Philadelphia. Based on a Japanese textile and the lazy

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