14 awesome green designs spotted at BKLYN Designs 2015

May 8, 2015 by  
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HELLO BROOKLYN! Inhabitat is reporting live today from BKLYN Designs , one of our favorite New York Design Week events. The “locally grown, internationally known” showcase of Brooklyn-made and designed furniture kicked off this morning in a massive new location with lots to see and do from design eye candy and seminars and workshops, to food trucks and a fun playground for the little ones. The Inhabitat team has been criss-crossing the floor of the Brooklyn Expo Center handpicking the coolest green offerings at the show. Step inside our gallery to see what we’ve found so far, and don’t forget to put your design detective skills to the test by joining our Inhabifinds Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win some cool prizes like a $100 gift pack from By Brooklyn and a vase based on your own face from Fahz ! Read the rest of 14 awesome green designs spotted at BKLYN Designs 2015 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “green furniture” , BKLYN Designs , bklyn designs 2015 , brooklyn design , Brooklyn designers , brooklyn goods , eco design , eco furniture , furniture made in brooklyn , goods made in brooklyn , green design , green designers , green home furnishings , made in brooklyn , nyc design , sustainable design

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14 awesome green designs spotted at BKLYN Designs 2015

20 awesome green designs spotted at BKLYN Designs 2015

May 6, 2015 by  
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HELLO BROOKLYN! Inhabitat is reporting live today from BKLYN Designs, one of our favorite New York Design Week events. The “locally grown, internationally known” showcase of Brooklyn-made and designed furniture kicked off this morning in a massive new location with lots to see and do from design eye candy and seminars and workshops, to food trucks and a fun playground for the little ones. The Inhabitat team has been criss-crossing the floor of the Brooklyn Expo Center handpicking the coolest green offerings at the show. Step inside our gallery to see what we’ve found so far, and don’t forget to put your design detective skills to the test by joining our Inhabifinds Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win some cool prizes like a $100 gift pack from By Brooklyn and a vase based on your own face from Fahz! Read the rest of 20 awesome green designs spotted at BKLYN Designs 2015 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: BKLYN Designs , bklyn designs 2015 , brooklyn design , Brooklyn designers , brooklyn goods , eco design , furniture made in brooklyn , goods made in brooklyn , green design , green home furnishings , made in brooklyn , nyc design , sustainable design

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PHOTOS: Weird But Wonderful Japanese Victorian Mash-Up Home Adds Flair to Brooklyn Neighborhood

August 5, 2013 by  
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If asked where this very unique home was located, New York City probably wouldn’t be your guess – but that’s exactly where it is! The curious Japanese/Victorian mash-up house can be found in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn and is just as fascinating on the inside as it is on the outside. Read on to take a photo tour through this one-of-a-kind historic home . READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 131 buckingham , brooklyn architecture , brooklyn design , brooklyn home , brooklyn house , brooklyn housing , humans of brooklyn , humans of new york , japanese architecture , Japanese design , japanese house , japanese style house , new york architecture , ny architecture , prospect park , prospect park home , prospect park house , south prospect park , weird architecture , weird homes , weird houses        

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Old Vinyl Records Transformed Into Chic Lamps After the Music Stops

May 30, 2012 by  
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Ever wonder what happens to all the old vinyl records that don’t make it into the thrift shops to be picked up by the audio-junkie/hipster minority who still spin them? Well, most of them just end up in the trash–no surprise there. But at least a few have found their way into the loving hands of Brooklyn-based Orlando Dominguez of GIN Art & Design , for a second life brightening up the world–with light, this time, instead of music. These recycled record lamps made their debut during this year’s New York Design Week at the ICFF . Read the rest of Old Vinyl Records Transformed Into Chic Lamps After the Music Stops Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 45s lamps , adaptive reuse , brooklyn design , Brooklyn designers , eco design , green design , ICFF , new york design week , orlando dominguez , recycled 45s , recycled lighting , recycled records , sustainable design

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