In the past year Inhabitat had the privilege of speaking with a variety of talented designers, architects and thinkers. We chatted with Bianca Bosker about architectural mimicry and Boyan Slat filled us in on his brilliant ocean cleanup array. David Benjamin introduced us to the world’s first mushroom tower and we learned about improving water quality in New York City. The minds behind Maison Durable Portneuf educated us about cold-climate construction and Koen Olthius taught us how to embrace rising sea levels. James Dyson talked to us about using his famous vacuum technology to clean rivers, Elora Hardy taught us about building with bamboo and Yves Behar turned his design eye toward architecture. Which interview was your favorite? Check them out and let us know!