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Inhabitat x Free Greener Gadget Conference Tickets

Posted on February 9, 2009 Under Eco

As we reported to you in December, the Greener Gadgets 2009 Conference is a must for anyone interested in ecologically-friendly design. If the only green you're lacking is in your wallet, Inhabitat is footing the bill for one lucky winner…

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Ecouterre Launches

Posted on September 25, 2009 Under Eco

Congrats Jill! (Inhabitat founder Jill Fehrenbacher launched a new site, Ecouterre) Focused on, well, eco-fashion of course. Good luck!

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Coffin Shelves

Posted on June 28, 2009 Under Design

Some might think having your own coffin in your house is morbid, but not William Warren. In fact, the furniture and product designer created Shelves for Life, a build-it-yourself Ikea style bookcase that, after you've expired, can be reassembled into…

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Singapore's "My Dream, Our Vision"

Posted on April 2, 2009 Under Design

Singapore will be showing off an array of national achievements to the globe at Shanghai's World Expo in 2010. With that date seemingly around the corner, it's high time they got a move on crafting their host pavilion. While they've…

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Italdesign x Namir hybrid

Posted on March 5, 2009 Under Eco

The image of hybrid cars as boxy, efficient little travel pods is getting a makeover. At the Geneva Motor Show, Italdesign unveiled the Namir prototype, a 370-horsepower space rocket that can travel over 1,200 miles on a single charge. Namir…

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SinoSteel International Plaza

Posted on August 8, 2008 Under Eco

The Beijing skyline will be the subject of many establishing shots during this summer's Olympics, but in the years to come all eyes might shift towards Tianjin. BoHai Bay in China's third largest urban area will be the future home…

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Nori Morimoto's Light Sculptures

Posted on June 10, 2008 Under Design

We came across Nori Morimoto's light sculptures and were floored by their beauty and simplicity. Beyond their raw aesthetic value, Nori's creation of wood sculptures from sustainable sources adds a couple extra gold stars to his name. It is nice…

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Posted on March 28, 2008 Under Eco

Of the top three places architects look for inspiration, we'd say nature would be number one (two and three are always "art" and "the dumpster behind Frank Gehry's house"). For Orquideorama in Medellin, Colombia (yes, the same place where Pablo…

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Posted on March 6, 2008 Under Eco

When Energizer came out with the Energi To Go -- the battery operated chargers that can perk up your cell or iPod "on the go" -- mobile tech geeks found it a fair solution to their energy crisis. But, the…

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Posted on October 16, 2007 Under Design

Aside from the potential novelty that is eating potatoes with cutlery made from potatoes, Spudware is designed with the earth in mind; while it's just as durable as plastic disposable utensils, its 80% potato starch/20% soybean oil composition allows the…

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