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Trip the light fantastic

Artist Bill Fitzgibbon’s inspired installation in an art deco traffic tunnel in Birmingham, Alabama.

Parliament House

There are so many picture perfect vistas in Canberra, but one of my favourites is driving south across the Commonwealth Avenue Bridge with Capital Hill ahead of you. 275 more words

Around Canberra

Rock Placing and Path Building

Activity on site consisted of more rock placing and path building today.

The path from the big cedar has been extended to the East property boundary and now includes a widened seating/viewing/perhaps a fire pit area. 263 more words

Passive House

New York City, Central Park (October 2014)

Sites Visited: Union Station, Penn Station, Central Park, Upper East Side

Trip Duration: 2 days, 1 night

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For someone who likes to travel, living in the Washington, DC area might be one of the best places in the country. 900 more words


Falling in Love with Autumn

Chicago weather tends to play with our emotions a lot, and often we can’t appreciate the short periods of relief from because it’s immediately followed by some semblance of the other extreme. 551 more words


I hope boards like these never go away.  As someone who loves to travel they are architectural, informational, and emotive all at once.  They speak for the terminal or the station they occupy, and speak in tones so much warmer than a big LCD panel with a scrolling grid; they have the motion of a traveler.   12 more words

Photos 2014

More SNU Ecodesign Workshop Notes

Again another week of fun ecological design knowledge. Korea has a very strong tradition of designing their landscapes (historically) with ecological processes and systems native to the peninsula. 115 more words