This coming Saturday, Springmill Learning Center will be hosting a Greeen Technology Thinktank. I will be presenting on community gardens in general and northLake community garden specifically. Featured in my presentation will be the RainFLOWr and Ra
Under Construction Pictures now up on Architizer While DogHou[SC]e is still under construction. The posted pictures give a fairly good idea of the basic form and hint at the finish materials. I still have some scraps of corrugated steel and treated w
On 19[Sep]2011 i had sent out a letter firing a client (see previous post). This letter was based on the premise that they had received a letter from a little over a month earlier detailing the terms of my continuing to provide professional services.
This week, i had the unpleasant experience of having to fire a client. While the actual firing of the client was actually somewhat of a relief, the circumstances leading up to them are unfortunate, unpleasant, and ultimately avoidable.
northLake community garden (nLcg) hosted an Art in the Garden Party on Monday, 2011[aug]23. The event was sponsored by Mansfield Art Center and north end community improvement collaborative (necic). The party was part of a larger project known as Man
I was privileged enough to be asked to conduct a workshop at the Ohio State University Mansfield for a science camp geared towards middle school girls last wednesday (2011[july]27). I was asked to talk about Architecture, a career in Architecture, an
First RainFLOWr at northLake community garden is finally complete again. After some experimentation, modification, and repairs, i think it is finally ready to go. I modified the tarps to have a rounded petal rather than it being straight across.
I am looking for discarded vinyl banner signs for use on my RainFLOWrs (rain water collection system) at northLake community garden. I am going to use them to make a patchwork "tarp" to collect water and direct it to the rain barrels. Pictures of the
I have picked up a couple of projects this week. I will be doing both pro bono, as they are being spearheaded by non-profit organizations, will be benefitting the community and should be somewhat high profile.