Monthly Archives: March 2007

got a problem shanty town? we have a solution !

oops, did i just mash a itty bitty bulldozer… jeez you have to be careful using this thing i understand you can remove an entire shanty town in one afternoon – just roll her in and watch her go – … Continue reading

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40% – is design

an extention of the previous post : “48% (of US) energy consumption that can be attributed to the building sector, most of which – 40% of total consumption – can be attributed just to building operations. That’s heating, lighting, cooling, … Continue reading

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BLDGBLOG: Architecture and Climate Change: An Interview with Ed Mazria

BLDGBLOG: Architecture and Climate Change: An Interview with Ed Mazria architecture – or the building sector, more generally – is the largest single source of greenhouse gas emissions, worldwide. wow

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cityofsound: Architecture of Memory, Melbourne

cityofsound: Architecture of Memory, Melbourne a virtual solution to a very real world issue. I particually like the ghost/memory feel to the approach. Core 77 report: “Jackson Clements Burrows Architects responded to the difficult and often costly heritage protection laws … Continue reading

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collage as architectural form driver

gravestmor » Palla : : architectural ephemera firstly, thank to richard for putting me onto http://www.gravestmor.com/wp/index.php A great arch blog by a local. Ive been thinking about this post on a Cut and spliced photography as a architectural driver of … Continue reading

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green machine architeture

Camel Block Shotgun Sponge Garden “high-density urban housing landscape is designed as an environmental sponge absorbing climatic impacts and slowly filtering the captured water and energy back into their natural and human eco-systems as useful nutrients. The site itself reaches … Continue reading

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matchbox labels – a photoset on Flickr

matchbox labels – a photoset on Flickr this guys has other collections of packaging and other graphic examples in a simlar style – rockin

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constructivist

constructivist – to see is to love K. Melnikov

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Pruned: The Hanging Cemetery of Babylon

Pruned: The Hanging Cemetery of Babylon Now ive started architecture (again) at uni im struggling with balencing the oppurtinites of being a studient (projects dont really need to be build – and can be highly symbolic) and the aim of … Continue reading

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