Although made primarily of cardboard, the bicycle is durable, fire and water resistant, and can support more than 300 pounds.
The “Carbon Buster” could be instrumental in helping the British government realize its commitment to zero carbon homes by 2016.
A labor of love (that’s now for sale), this Pocket Shelter might just be the perfect place to wait out a storm.
Made from milk jugs and car bumpers, the bridge is now America’s longest recycled plastic bridge on a public roadway.
Would you protect your iPhone or iPad in an durable case made from recycled rubber tires? One designer hopes so.
The fabric in each vehicle contains the equivalent of up to about 40 clear, plastic bottles and other industrial wastes.
A pair of architects are working to move the 3D trend away from plastic and toward more sustainable materials like wood, salt, and clay.
These lighter-than-air lamps feature a high tech fabric that’s completely recyclable.
Finally! A ‘no assembly required’ tent.
A fourth dimension, time, is being discussed by many 3D printing researchers as the next step in self-replicating building evolution. Is it hype, or is it a breakthrough?
Wanshang Dreamworld park near Shanghai will soon feature a 5D entertainment structure built entirely from upcycled materials and agricultural waste.