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Thu, Jul 31, 2014 9:12 AM
Obviously you could take your spare change to the bank and deposit it, but why do that when you could make some unique jewelry or home decorations?
Young entrepreneur Zach Rotholz takes to Kickstarter for help boosting (local) production of his gloriously hackable cardboard standing desks.
Freshly blossomed almond trees are illuminated by the fiery sunset in Czech Republic.
Best known for erecting resilient paper structures in the wake of natural and manmade disasters, the 56-year-old is the seventh architect from Japan to take home architecture's top prize.
In Tokyo, a city famous for squeezing green into the most unlikely of places, several railway stations are topped with garden allotments geared toward greenthumbed commuters.
Naturally, the man who invented the geodesic dome also lived in one. There's no place like dome, right? Now, Bucky's landmark 1960 structure will be restored and opened as a museum.
The Boskke Cube is a stylish tabletop planter that, thanks to an integrated reservoir and unique irrigation technology, prevents you from committing murder by overwatering.
French architect and urban planner Edouard François' latest project is perhaps his prettiest: A quartet of towers in Morocco that will be completely blanketed in bougainvillea and jasmine.
A nonprofit is turning the tide by working with the nation's rural farmers to replace opium poppies with this much-coveted 'super food.'
Video: Chris Burley and Ei Ei Khin have an ambitious goal: Grow 1 million wildflowers to help threatened honeybee populations.
Ease into new ways to green up, save up and clean up creatively with these 10 simple ways to take your next get-together to the next level. #30GreenDays
With spring finally (hooray!) upon us, it's time to take a misty-eyed, snow boot-clad trip down memory lane to visit this winter's most intriguing green design and architecture stories.
This modern patron saint of horticulture leaves behind not only her famous garden designs, but also a significant collection of rare books and manuscripts.
Boasting an assembly process that would 'make a Swedish furniture manufacturer blush,' Pop-Up House is a passive house tailored to the time-strapped and LEGO-obsessed.
Adios plastic flaps! High-tech and highly insulated, the Petwalk system not only prevents drafts but stops intruders, human or otherwise, from squeezing their way into your home.
Tyler Short's Penumbra shading and daylighting system doesn't just offer optimum protection from the sun throughout the day — it's also totally mesmerizing to watch in full undulating action.
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