VIDEO: High Line Section Two Opens in NYC!

June 13, 2011 by  
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Click here to view the embedded video. Section two of New York City’s High Line Park opened this week to great acclaim, and Team Inhabitat were among the first to catch a glimpse of this amazing new green space! The High Line is a renovated train track that has been turned into a gorgeous greenway in the sky on the West side of Manhattan near the Hudson River. Conceived of by Friends of the High Line and executed by James Corner Field Operations and Diller, Scofidio and Renfro for the City of New York , the High Line is one of our favorite urban spaces

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ANNOUNCING: Ask a Tech Geek Advice Column with Peter Rojas!

June 13, 2011 by  
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How can I recycle my old cell phone? What’s the best solar powered gadget charger on the market

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Enfinity’s Beautiful Les Mées Solar Plants Are Capable of Powering 9,000 Homes

June 13, 2011 by  
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Energy company Enfinity opened two beautiful new photovoltaic farms in Le Mées, France last month, proving that solar power can be an aesthetically-pleasing form of renewable energy. These enormous energy landscapes occupy over 80 acres of land and are capable of generating enough carbon-free electricity to to power 9,000 homes .

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LAST CALL: Voting for the Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition Closes Tomorrow!

June 13, 2011 by  
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Heads-up green design fans – voting for the Bright Ideas Lighting Design Competition closes tomorrow at midnight , which makes this your last chance to vote for your favorite eco lamp! We currently have 40 stunning finalists vying for a shot at international exposure and $1,000 in prize money — and the competition is currently too close to call. Will our grand prize winner be the gorgeous glowing Nourishment Lamp , the origami Tetra Pak pendant , the beautiful Blowfish Light , or the delicate lace-like Coffee Pot Lamp

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A “High Line” Market Gains Momentum in Harlem

August 6, 2010 by  
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Photo credit: Mustafah Abdulaziz/WSJ Every city deserves a High Line park — Harlem perhaps more than others. In its heyday, Harlem enjoyed an open air food market under the active Metro North rail line called, La Marqueta , which was a common meeting area and place to buy, sell, and trade. In the 1970’s the market declined considerably and has never bounced back — and right now, it’s practically empty

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