Well tempered communities must include the three basic tenants essential for the development of healthy cities:
1. Protect their citizens
2. Balance humans and nature
3. Create a landscape of opportunity that is equal for all that live there.
Learned about this from one of Kanye's dust ups. The one about a new hire on his apparel design team who presented the base layer concept as his/her own.
Anyway, the creator of the image is on Givenchy's team and this dude is on some shit that wouldn't find its way to my mood board which is why I find it so compelling.
Check this mechanized horror punk rock vibe
Venue for Short Track and Figure Skating for PyeongChang Olympics 2018.
Futuristic Big Top Tent
AN INTERESTING THINK-PIECE ON THE IMPACT OF THE CABIN DREAM. SPECIFICALLY CALLING OUT PROGRESSIVE ELITES SOLVING THE WORLDS PROBLEMS FROM SPACIAL NIRVANAS THAT CLAIM TO BE IN HARMONY WITH NATURE. BUT ARE THEY JUST COUNTRY CLUBS WITH DIFFERENT STRIPES? (SUMMIT POWDER MOUNTAIN THEY ARE TALKING TO YOU)
THIS IS SOMETHING THAT HITS CLOSE TO HOME FOR ME BECAUSE I DREAM OFTEN ABOUT A CABIN ON A REMOTE PIECE OF LAND FOR MY FAMILY, FRIENDS AND OUR DOGS. I THINK OF IT BEING A RESPONSIBLE DESIGN-BUILD OPPORTUNITY FOR MYSELF AND OTHERS TO WORK ON OVER TIME. BUT WHAT IMPACT DOES IT REALLY HAVE ON A TOWN OR PLOT OF LAND WE WOULD HELICOPTER INTO? PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS ALL OVER AGAIN. "HI, WE ARE THE NEW FOLKS IN TOWN. THAT IS OUR SOLAR-POWERED-SUSTAINABLE-PRIVATE-MODERN-BOX UP ON THE PICTURESQUE HILL. YOU AND YOUR TOWN-FOLK ARE SO ADORABLE. JUST WHAT WE WERE LOOKING FOR..."
INTERESTING SCENARIOS AND QUESTIONS TO PONDER ALONG WITH MY LIFE GOALS
Looks like a nice place. Something Old and New at the same time - always a great feat in design of space.
"Shou Sugi Ban is a Japanese technique for preserving and finishing wood by charring it with fire. The treatment — which leaves behind a dense, carbonized layer of blackness. It’s a counterintuitive but ingenious idea: heating wood to render it fireproof. If you’ve ever tried to rekindle a campfire using burnt logs, you get the idea. The combustion also neutralizes the cellulose in the wood — the carbohydrates that termites, fungus and bacteria love — making it undesirable to pests and resistant to rot. The resulting charcoal layer repels water and prevents sun damage as well. By some estimates, boards that have undergone this process can last 80 years or more."
-Amanda Fortini, T Magazine - Sept 19, 2017
Their aesthetic is really amazing. Visually and Sonically.
STORE AND HOME. CLEAN SITUATION. INSPIRING. ALL CREDIT TO T MAG AND TEAM.
Bird's Eye View of Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, 1870 by Augustus Koch.
Printed by the Chicago Lithographing Company.
For my birthday, we went to the Washington School House Hotel - Thanks Leigh! It was such a special weekend. The structure was built in 1889 as a school and was renovated down to the studs into a beautifully simple space. Here are a few photos of a space that is warm and makes sense.