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Sea of Glass

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The coastal landscape of West Wales provides the setting for this little dreamlike gem.

Animation, music and photography are juxtaposed to explore the liminal space between land and sea. A short and beautiful film by Sean Vicary....read more

Urban Air: Stephen Glassman's Green Kickstarter

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Project aims to transform LA billboards into aerial gardens

Wit the popularlty of New York City's High Line, other cities are looking for ways to incorporate elevated green spaces into public infrastructure. Recently a Los Angeles developer announced plans for "High Line West" in Hollywood. With "Urban Air," LA-based designer and SHFT compadre Stephen Glassman introduces a new twist on the aerial garden rage. The plan involves converting LA billboards......read more

Artecnica tranSglass Double Vase, Satin

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Handcut Vase with Sandblasted Matte Finish $62.00

Designed by Tord Boontje and Emma Woffenden Material: Recycled Post-Consumer Wine Bottles Dimensions: DIA 3 in, 7.6 cm / H 14.375 in, 36.5 cm Note: tranSlgass Double Vase appears fifth in line from the left. Due to its recycled and handcrafted nature, tranSglass vessels will vary slightly in size, appearance and color. Colors are pre-sorted in shades of green, clear and brown by the artisans......read more

Hidden House: A Sustainable Home Built for Entertaining

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This serene property in Glassell Park seems a world away from Los Angeles

Nestled deep in the hills of Glassell Park in northeast L.A., Hidden House easily fulfills the three non-negotiable features of our dream home: bucolic seclusion, sustainable architecture, and a big-ass garden. The home, which sits on a rustic 7-acre site that's accessible via a half-mile of unpaved road, offers amazing views of Los Angeles - while feeling a world away from the city. Designed......read more

Papered Peds

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Nifty new glassware handblown from old beer bottles. $67.00

Finnish design outfit Lasistudio specializes in reformatting discarded glass into great glassware for the home. Made from reclaimed beer bottles, the crew's popular Hik! glasses maintain the used bottles' original shape, using less energy than melting glass. Pretty cool concept, and knowing the Finns' love of the sauce, empty beer bottles will never be in short supply....read more

Boylan Pop Tumblers by Green Glass Co.

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Don�t feel guilty about your next cream soda $32.50

Rescued from NYC restaurants, these bottles are kept out of landfills by transforming them into one of a kind glasses....read more

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