Monthly Archives: December 2010

We are now blogging!

We are now blogging!

We are excited about sharing the interesting things we are doing and ideas we are exploring - which we aim to do via the Blog on our website.
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Trip to Perth

Trip to Perth

The end of October saw me travelling to the other side of the country - for hopefully my last trip this year.... While the carbon miles have really added up (not good), I have tried to make the most of the trips to develop my thinking and ideas for progressing a more sustainable future(better).
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Surviving Architecture

Surviving Architecture

It has taken 5 years, many sleepless nights and a lot, really, a lot of money but finally I have finished my degree in Architecture.
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Project Puppet Theatre

Project Puppet Theatre

I am keen to give handmade Christmas presents this year and this is a puppet theatre I want to make for my niece and nephew.
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Dumbo feather, pass it on

Dumbo feather, pass it on

The dreams are diverse, about charities, festivals, schools, communities, the environment, food, design, photography, whatever.
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Large Solar installations

Large Solar installations

Transforming existing city structures by giving them new functions and visible layers that are consistent with the energy and sustainability needs of today.
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Costa Rican Thinking.....

Costa Rican Thinking.....

In the early 1990's after eventually realising the intrinsic and economic value of it's land and environment......
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Sustainable Transportation Decisions

Sustainable Transportation Decisions

I bought a motorbike, at least its not a car!
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Foray into architectural critique at UTS

Foray into architectural critique at UTS

While final presentations complete harrowing weeks of hard slog for students, they are also a rewarding point of reflection.
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Architecture and leprechauns

Architecture and leprechauns

Ireland renowned for its leprechauns and Guinness has an interesting Architectural history and a bright future in its young Architects.
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