Sustainable Design by Designers

Staying in line with the essence of my previous post on constructing sustainable buildings, I’ve been following this great blog lately: Inhabitat is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future.

With an interest in design innovations that enhance sustainability, efficiency, and interactivity in the home, Inhabitat’s attention is focused on objects and spaces that are eco-friendly, multi-purpose, modular, and/or interactive. We believe that good design balances substance with style. We are frustrated by the fact that a lot of what we see being touted as “good design” in magazines and at stores is all style and no substance

The editorial team at Inhabitat stays on top of a veritable plethora of design topics, covering almost any and every aspect of eco-friendly design imaginable (architecture, interactive game design, fashion design, industrial (product/automobile/etc) design, to name a few). Oh yea, not to mention Hungarian moss graffiti

Moss Graffiti

…or Brazilian reverse graffiti:

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Dave Semeniuk spends hours locked up in his office, thinking about the role the oceans play in controlling global climate, and unique ways of studying it. He'd also like to shamelessly plug his art practice: