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Medieval village ruins converted into an art school unveil past secrets

One great example of their success is the adaptive reuse of the boulangerie located at the heart of the village into SCAD’s library, which continues the boulangerie’s purpose as the “village hearth” and gathering space.

myPower Converts Energy from Your Daily Run into Renewable Power for Your Mobile Phone

The variety of iPhone chargers in the world is staggering, and there's no stopping man's creativity when it comes to developing a more creative one. An example

Stocker Dewes Architekten Converts a Horse Stable into a Beautiful Green-Roofed Home

Stocker Dewes Architekten Converts a Horse Stable into a Beautiful Green-Roofed Home | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Stone Environmental Interpretation Centre is a Sensitive Reconstruction on São Jorge Island

Stone Environmental Interpretation Centre is a Sensitive Reconstruction on São Jorge Island | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building, Azores, Portugal

19th century green-roofed Icelandic church is straight out of a fairy tale

Hofskirkja church, turf church, island turf church, earth-bermed houses, earthen architecture, Icelandic turf churches, Iceland turf homes, green infused homes, green roof, sod-topped longhouses,

More Bikes Were Sold Than Cars Last Year in 23 European Countries!

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Lightning-proof Bolt tents will keep you safe in a storm

The Bolt tent series protects occupants from lightning strikes both from the ground and directly from the sky, making camping in the open safer for all.

This cute little hobbit home cost just $100 to build

“After 15 years of living in tiny shelters, itinerant artist Dan Price settled into an 80 square foot underground room with one skylight and one small door.” The former photojournalist, surfer, biker and self-proclaimed...

Living Moss Clock brings alpine tundra greenery into the home

Living Moss Clock brings alpine tundra greenery into the home | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Giant timber pyramid invites park visitors to take in the stunning views of Scotland’s Loch Lomond

Completed in 2015 in Inveruglas, United Kingdom. Images by Andrew Lee, Ross Campbell, Mick McGurk. The site is located on a peninsula overlooking the U.K.'s largest stretch of inland water, Loch Lomond. An existing cafe marks the entrance situation...