One of the more enjoyable projects we did last year was this kiosk for the Roaring Fork Branch USGBC’s Climate Action Summit. The event brought together representatives from a variety of communities in the valley to discuss their individual climate action plans.
As a bit of an icebreaker we created an interactive display that showed the region and highlighted the communities participating in the event and some targets that their plans hope to reach. This side of the display also showcase the supporters of the event and gave individuals not represented an opportunity to share their information.
Arcosanti is an anomaly in the high desert of Arizona. On a trip through the southwest, traveling between Sedona and Phoenix, it appeared out of nowhere. Remembering the name from studies of urban design theory I made a last minute decision to pull of the interstate and down a nondescript gravel road.
I started this blog almost exactly 7 years ago! Since then, I’ve published roughly 2,000 posts — 1,000 about Cincinnati and 600 specifically on our neighborhood of Over-the-Rhine. A lot has changed since then, and this blog has changed as well. More changes are in store this year. Continue reading →
Happy Friday! No links today because, when we weren’t busy packing and shipping orders these last few weeks, we were running out, doing our own holiday shopping, not reading articles online. We’ll return to our regularly scheduled programming on Monday with a look back at this year’s highlights. In the mean time, check out my favorite experiences from previous years: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.