Living Architecture | 2018
Please join us tonight for the opening of UCL Bartlett BPro Show at 6:30-9:30 at 22 Gordon Street. Our studio RC3 | Living Architecture will be exhibiting it’s first year of work.
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The studio interrogates the notion of Living Architecture as a coupling of living systems with the assembly and formation of architecture. Our research focuses on developing experimental design models embedded with the ability to self-organize, self-assess, and self-improve using machine learning methods. It seeks to embed local adaptability directly into the design process by training our models to learn to adjust and reconfigure to unforeseen and changing needs and conditions.
Design Tutors: Tyson Hosmer, David Reeves, Octavian Gheorghiu
Machine Learning Tutor: Panagiotis Tigas
Theory Tutor: Jordi Vivaldi Piera
Student Team: Linlin Cao, Ning Wang
The grind is real. Making my own sausage now, cuz I’m always hustling. Putting it in gravy over biscuits is the best. Check out my recipe for pork breakfast sausage on my blog. The link is in my bio @cooksleepread
It’s a cool, rainy day here at the farm. This dark, brooding weather is exactly what I crave after a long, hot summer of working outside in our gardens and fields. So the weather has inspired me to make an apple slab pie. A double batch of my famous Lard Epiphany crust was just enough for a slab apple pie the size of a quarter sheet pan. I halved the apple filling recipe for Apple Slab Pie from Cook’s Country magazine, which was just enough for a generously filled pie. In a future blog post I’ll share my pie crust recipe, because that’s what friends do, right? They share. To be honest, this pie crust recipe changed my life - literally. I always hated making pie crust, and this recipe saved me from that awful, awful place. It’ll save you, too. I promise. #applepie#applepies#piecrust#rainyday#rainydays#finecountryliving#countryliving#farmlife#countrygirl#iambaker#baked#imadethis#homebaked#appleslabpie#piesofinstagram
Show if likes, who is ready for FALL!??!! On the blog today I’m sharing some fun DIY projects that will have you sipping pumpkin spice and pulling up you boots in no time!! #linkinprofile#diy#makersmovement
And it’s finished! 24”x48” Pineapples
Made using Adhesive Vinyl...(stickers) on sheet metal! Pineapples are a happy fruit, bringing sunshine and smiles! My art is intended to fill a space with happy vibes! This piece is really so happy.
Beautiful black walnut! This log has been fighting me every step of the way, dulling my blades uncharacteristically quick. Absolutely worth it though! 4 more to go, the next few are full of crotches as they came from higher up in the tree, choosing how to mill them should be interesting.