Neat outdoor skills building institute in Portland.
Cameron Sinclair talks about design for impoverished people. Imagine an edible clinic.
Architect Gary Chang converted a tiny Hong Kong apartment into the “Domestic Transformer,” a 24 room design that moves around him.
Another video about a tiny home (this one on wheels) from a useful website for ecological living: Faircompanies.com
“If you design for everybody, the home will be for nobody.”
Felice Cohen lives in 90 sq/ft apartment in Manhattan. She makes the most of the small space.
This video makes me so happy. Two brothers living on a home-made shanty boat, riding the Kentucky River, fishing, and writing bluegrass songs. This is the life.
A couple tour around South America on recycles bikes for .99 cents.
Thom Mayne talks about architecture, and alludes to this article by Italo Calvino.
New York Times article about young farmers movement in oregon
Renovating airstream trailers is so hot right now. Designer tinkers an airstream for a furniture and plastic laminate show. I love the design, and I question the sustainability of the material.