Urban Chickens Build - 5 →
re-engineering the earth →
An article in the most recent issue of the Atlantic Monthly explores aggressive “geo-engineering” projects: “Humans have been aggressively transforming the planet for more than 200 years. The…
How will Michael appear in heaven? →
eroded camps at chatham →
Summer cottages, despite migrating inland, lose out to the tide and erosion: Thayer, 46, who estimated his family had spent $35,000 to move the camp twice, huddled with his three…
Growing the Shrinking City →
ShowCase: Storage Barn →
Right in our own backyard →
Report on global warming with an angle on the United States. Higher temperatures and extreme weather patterns are affecting us now, and no measure to curb our emissions will slow the trouble we’ve started… and it will affect us all. It may be a good time to move north.
The design team (Margie Ruddick with the firm WRT Design, architects and urban designers Marpillero Pollak Architects and the artist Michael Singer) discuss integrating the infrastructural city, flow and park for Queens Plaza on UrbanOmnibus. Ideas that have been prevalent among landscape architects are becoming norm in most urban designs. Buildings and forms syncing up with vegetation, playing...
This blog is launching now… out of the forest, into the field.