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The City We Want

The fields of Eden Are full of trash And if we  beg and we borrow and steal We’ll never get it back People are hungry They crowd around And the city gets bigger as the country comes begging to town (M. Jagger/K. Richards) One could argue that humanity has come to a critical point when […]

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March 30 Day Challenge: Do old school DIY

As mentioned in my previous article ’2014 new year resolutions from architecture and design bloggers’, 2014 is about the sprint rather than the marathon. My 2014 new year resolution is to try something new every 30 days, 2014 will be the year for growth, focus and fun! In January I took a photo a day, in February […]

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Taking DIY Urbanism to the Classroom

If we look back 10 years, the words popup, tactical and temporary were seldom used in city building and urban design. Traditionally, when designing for the city and for people, these terms were considered ‘out of place’. Today however, they are often injected in project meetings, at public lectures and for that matter, any discussion […]

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Crowdfunding and its impact on traditional business models

I was recently interviewed for the April issue of Design Quarterly, you can read the article entitled ‘Drawing a Crowd’ here.  The article features Australia’s first campaigns to be launched under the new Kickstarter banner. Below is my interview in full with Design Quarterly: Featured projects include the DIY Concrete House Ring, alongside Luto, Modeska and […]

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February 30 day Challenge: Create an Artwork

As mentioned in my previous article ’2014 new year resolutions from architecture and design bloggers’, 2014 is about the sprint rather than the marathon. My 2014 new year resolution is to try something new every 30 days, 2014 will be the year for growth, focus and fun! In January I took a photo a day. You can […]

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