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Totally Rad Post, Dude!

What’s more sketchy than a 41-year old mom using skateboard lingo found on the internet?  Probably nothing.  And yet I must do it in this post about skater turned green entrepreneur Mark “Boltz” Boltwood. 428 more words



Every Wednesday between mid-morning and mid-afternoon, Hotwells resident, Mike Timmins sets up FABRICation on the ground floor of the CREATE Centre. His aim is to share his experience of the textile industry and lifespans of textiles, highlighting environmental, economic and social aspect of production and waste. 319 more words


Interview: Jade Holli | Vintage Cutlery Upcycler

A love of gardening, vintage and upcycling led Melbourne-based creative Jade Holli to turn old and unwanted forks and spoons into personalised and custom-stamped garden markers. 868 more words


On the renovation and re-use trend

Below I have presented the structure of my article about the Renovation & Re-use trend:


Here the main problem will be introduced: are the designs on Strijp S founded on more than a trend? 506 more words

Theme 2: Re-use & Renovation


What to do with left over paint?  Let it bloom… :)


My 80's Heritage Home

According to Historic England’s criteria the 1980’s house we moved into earlier this year is sufficiently old to be considered for listing. Age isn’t everything of course, and whilst it will not be pushed forward for consideration of this accolade I do feel an obligation to record its current state. 600 more words


Article proposal: on the renovation and re-use trend

I would like to write about renovation and re-use as a trend in general. It’s a popular theme these days, especially in areas like Strijp-S in Eindhoven. 229 more words

Theme 2: Re-use & Renovation