Two weeks ago in New York City, 33 development teams from around the world submitted plans for a competition called adAPT NYC. Does this mean that living with less in small spaces is becoming mainstream?
Even if the label of "maven" is painfully over-applied, there are people who still deserve it. Zem Joaquin, the stylish polymath behind Ecofabulous.com, is one of those few. Zem has been on the editorial side of mags like House and Garden, Domino, and
When your space is limited and you like to have a party every so often, every chair counts.
That's why TreeHugger founder Graham Hill plans to choose his chairs -- for the small New York apartment he is remodeling and revamping in order to live a LifeE
Cities can be hot-spots of pollution, with thousands or millions of people, cars, pets, industries, and more contributing to global warming. But they can also be centers of innovation, as bright ideas, available funding, and