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Vertical Vegetation: Living Walls, Moss Graffiti & More

Live plants bring aesthetic and practical benefits to vertical surfaces in the form of vertical gardens, moss graffiti, vine curtains and living walls.

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Message in a Bottle: A Village Made of Recycled Bottles

The Bottle Village in Simi Valley, California is a recycler's paradise: it's a beautiful landmark made entirely of discarded bottles and other "trash."

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Serious Scrap Metal Recycling: Crazy Can Sculptures

Food cans aren't usually seen as beautiful, and they aren't the standard choice for sculpture. But Canstruction uses them to make beautiful things happen.

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Sustainable Housing and Recreation Space of the Future

Futuristic designs for eco-friendly urban housing and green space often blur the lines between the two, making efficient use of limited space in the city.

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Eco Skyscrapers: Green Architecture Reaches for the Sky

To meet the sustainable standards of the future, green architects design ultra-tall buildings that combine a range of functions like farming and housing.

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12 Sky-High Viewing Platforms and Elevated Eco Parks

Fear of heights? Then you might want to stay away from these dizzying outdoor overlooks and elevated eco parks located thousands of feet above the ground.

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Stylish & Green: 12 Modern Sustainable Home Designs

Sustainability and modern style go hand in hand in these 12 amazing green home designs, from a spinning dome home to a solar prefab home.

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41 Stunning Aged, Ancient & Natural Foot Paths

Here are 41 bridges from around the globe in the hope we can find the perfect blend of environmentally conscious beauty and design to cross into the future.

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Green in the City: Rooftop Gardens

Rooftop gardens give a view of nature, improve air quality, provide roof insulation, delay storm water runoff and increase natural habitat spaces for birds.

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Amazing Historic Public Garden: Dumbarton Oaks

Tucked away in the Georgetown district of Washington, D.C. is a 16-acre treasure, rich with history and botanical surprises, Dumbarton Oaks gardens.

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12 Fantastic Floating Cities and Artificial Islands

Fascinating man-made islands and floating communities including a former fort fit for a Bond villain and a picturesque Pacific garbage dump.

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15 Awesome Alternative Ways to Reuse Shipping Containers

Once their conventional usefulness is up, shipping containers can be transformed into spectacular, modern buildings like hotels, museums, homes and shops.

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Build with Your Food: 10 Works of Edible Architecture

An entirely edible world is just a dream, but these 10 examples of architecture made from food will have you salivating at the idea.

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Green Roofs Plus: Vertically Vegetated Buildings

Greenery isn't just for roofs. These 15 beautiful buildings feature walls decorated with trailing vines, moss, sedum and other plant life.

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Brilliant and Bizarre Off-the-Grid Green Designs and Technologies

As shown by these 15 gadgets, clothing items, homes and even entire towns, going off-grid can be stylish and luxurious.

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