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Mon, Nov 24, 2014 7:32 PM
Goodwell's 'modern oral tool-kit' is a long-lasting, open-source alternative to throwaway plastic toothbrushes.
Turn on your ceiling fans to circulate heat (no, really!) and check your windows and doors for gaps where you may be losing warmth.
Plop it like it's hot: Harnessing the almighty power of potty humor, a California startup puts a new spin on an old-school water-saving hack.
Hulking over the cityscape like the world's prettiest dirigible hangar, MVRDV's apartment-ringed Markthal offers a feast for the eyes — and the stomach.
Growers from all around the U.K. show off their autumnal bounty at the annual London Harvest Festival Show.
Giving new meaning to 'factory farm,' green cleaning products and urban agriculture converge at a 75,000-square-foot rooftop hydroponic greenhouse on the South Side.
The tiny pollinators are helping with habitats and air quality while increasing their own populations.
Whether you need extra protection for your garden or your skin, these herbs and flowers can help shoo away pests.
Meet Chris Robinson, an average California dad who just happens to be constructing a 22-foot-long tsunami escape pod out of plywood in his backyard.
Repair, refit and revitalize your clothes to keep your wardrobe up-to-date and waste to a minimum.
Do you have a knack for plant homicide? You might be guilty of one (or more) of these offenses.
Guildford Town Centre: Come for the Apple store and Aeropostale, stay for the lush, roadway-straddling vertical garden.
This fall, study up on cargotecture, small space design, architectural salvage and the inimitable Shigeru Ban. No pop quizzes or book reports, we promise.
Assembled on site in just 2 days with the aid of screwdrivers, this boxy plywood beauty is designed to last at least 150 years.
Try these simple tips and bid goodbye to those uninvited pests buzzing around your home.
A new project will construct homes, offices and shops in the river along the Royal Docks, now a little-used section of the city.
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