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Fri, Feb 27, 2015 2:56 PM
Probably more often than you think — which is way too often, in this writer's opinion.
Things are changing so fast, but the way we build makes it almost impossible for our homes to adapt.
It's not that difficult to get coffee pods and plastic bags out of your life.
Extra insulation and fancy windows make a difference, right? Not according to the numbers.
Recycled bags can be turned into everything from diesel fuel to playground equipment. But, what may be even more impressive is how talented artists use plastic bags to create amazing works of art.
Help Kickstart a Hong Kong designer's coffee table book that's also a coffee table.
They are not geothermal, they are not a renewable resource, they are not cheap. Are there better options?
Key to this project: Donated windows, a salvaged wood stove, loads of determination and a keen eye for creative reuse.
Be sure that built-in furniture can be adapted to suit your evolving tastes.
It would take an extraordinary force of nature to blow one of these straw-stuffed brick abodes down.
Air conditioning has made designers and architects lazy, and we've forgotten how to keep our cool.
Waiting for a seed to sprout requires patience, but not this time-lapse video.
The former home of iron-willed octogenarian-turned-folk-hero Edith Macefield may finally meet the wrecking ball.
A report from the Urban Land Institute tackles everything you always wanted to know about dainty urban dwellings (but were afraid to ask).
Looking for a fabulous wedding decor element or a quirky conversation piece for your home?
Before you can get your heating and cooling system right, you have to get your house right.
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