This time again! (And so many great applications this year too…)
Hiking with the dogs super early in the mornings to beat the heat these days and feeling particularly grateful for the wash that's mostly in the shade. #summerstillness #bringonthevheat
Outdoor kitchen snake-proofing experiment #1 – curious to see how this works
Carmen Argote "720 sq. ft.: Household Mutations – Carpet from the artist's childhood home and house paint…" So good.
At the Community Center for High Desert Test Kitchen right now – if you are in the neighborhood come by! Tonight's ingredient is acacia (cats claw) "cows have died from foraging on too much of this thing…"
Slowly digesting this work. Whenever I finish a show it's always like… "oh my god – what have I done??"
This place again…. the creepy trailer is gone, but this friend is still standing.
Another favorite from Christopher Herwig’s Soviet Bus Stop book.
So into Christopher Herwig’s book on Soviet Bus Stops. Vera Kavalkova-Halvarsson’s essay describes how from the late 1960s to the 1980s there was so much competition between architects for important projects, and technology and resources was so tightly regulated, that there was very little room for creativity – Because of this “minor architectural forms” took to the stage. Architectural students were assigned bus stops for their first independent project and encouraged to produce "designs never seen before" – without being limited by the usual rules and prohibitions.