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Bombing Hills

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SF cyclists take a thrilling rip down the Marin Headlands

There's nothing quite like the pure, simple joy of bombing a hill on a bike or skateboard. Add some stunning scenery and a solid soundtrack to the occasion, and you have yourself all the makings of a viral hit. San Francisco production crew Werehaus prove it with this great short vid, which follows a couple of guys on BMX bikes tearing down Hunt Hill in SF's Marin Headlands. The......read more

Renovo Pandurance Road Bike

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Renovo's Bamboo commuter is perfect for bombing around the city...and for escaping ravenous pandas.

Portland’s Renovo Bikes is quietly building a reputation for their super functional, slick-looking wooden bike frames. The lightweight, smooth-riding Pandurance Road Bike, from the company’s Panda bamboo series, is made from, you guessed it, bamboo, one of our planet’s most sustainable woods. Renovo's Panda series is green with no apologies for performance. As a material for making......read more

Arbor Skateboards: James Kelly, Unbound

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Top pro returns to Southern California to ride his home hills

Our bros at Arbor Skateboards in Venice Beach have released an excellent new video that promptly took up a position on Vimeo's list of Staff Picks. The clip finds team rider James Kelly back in Southern California after a demanding year on the downhill circuit. Back on his favorite hills, Kelly lets loose for the love of the sport: What's captured here is James completely unbound; a freeride......read more

Burgundy Hills Coasters

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Keep your table tops safe with these sustainable cork coasters $12.00

When it comes to wooden design materials, cork is a guaranteed win. Not only is it feather-light, super-flexlble, and impermeable to liquid, cork is highly renewable because harvesting it doesn't hurt the tree. That makes it good in our books. These cork coasters come to us from Etsy seller Meesch, aka Brooklyn-based designer Michelle LaRocca, who screen printed each piece by hand. With a hill......read more

Sustainable Soiree (music by NewVillager)

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SHFT celebrates its Webby victories in the Hollywood Hills

SHFT threw a little soirée last weekend in celebration of our double Webby win (the awards are next Monday in NYC) and as a thank you to all the people who have lent their support to the SHFT mission. Hosted at the beautiful LEED home of Robert Green and Jill Greenberg, the night featured live music by Ferraby Lionheart and sustainable, farm-to-table catering by Michael Reed of Root......read more

Monovolume Architects: Punibach Hydroelectricity Station

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An alpine hydro plant embedded into the hills of northern Italy

Conceived as a fracture in the landscape, monovolume's Punibach hydroelectric power station is harmonically integrated into its alpine surroundings. A concrete slab separates the smooth hilly landscape and the raw building structure made out of natural, earth coloured materials. At night, the thin wood planks that form a lamellar wall allow warm light from the interior to glow in......read more

Caterpillar House by Feldman Architecture

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A zero-energy stunner nestled in the rolling hills near Carmel, CA

Tasked with creating a modern ranch house with informed by environmental ideals, Feldman Architecture delivered this stunner of a home nestled in the rolling hills near Carmel, CA. Dubbed Caterpillar House in reference to its undulating form, the home features an open plan with a powerful connection between indoor and outdoor space.  With walls constructed from repurposed earth generated......read more

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