Tags » Minimalism

Vardo Plans: Reading Caravan

Many considerations concerning floor plans and general layout have come my way over the years.  I am compiling as many as possible to post here.  To start things off, here is the iconic Reading Waggon by Dunton’s (note: two “g’s” in the older British spelling). 211 more words


Assignment 4 (Reading)

Music as a Gradual Process by Steve Reich &

Digital Discipline: Minimalism in House and Techno by Phillip Shelburne

The first article, “Music as a Gradual Process” by Steve Reich, explains Steve Reich’s fascination and usage of processes in his music. 435 more words

Assignment 1 (Listening)

I Am Sitting In a Room (Alvin Lucier)

Before any discussion on the actual sound and musical aspects of this piece, I’d like to discuss the purpose and intent of this work. 537 more words

…. things I’ve learned from my Homecoming

They say “7” is a magic number.

Let me shed the light, there are seven colours of the rainbow, Seven Wonders of the World, seven sea and continents, seven days of the week, seven deadly sins, even Snow White has seven dwarfs, and don’t ask me why. 588 more words



I have written many times about my dislike of housework.  And I have often told you how much quicker housework is in a small space. 580 more words

White Bicycle

“My two favourite things in life are libraries and bicycles. They both move people forward without wasting anything. The perfect day: riding a bike to the library.”
~ Peter Golkin

Black And White Photography

The Minimalist Story

So you may or may not know this but everything in your closet has a story. Either you bought the item while travelling, or it was a gift, or it was payday and you felt liking blowing it all, whatever it is, it has story. 204 more words

All Things Fashion