Professor and nature writer Kathleen Dean Moore wanted a studio in which to write and observe the wetland ecosystem on the banks of the Marys River. Calling on the design expertise of an architect daughter, the carpentry skills of her husband, the labor of friends, and a front loader, she erected The Watershed in 2007.
Photographs by Gary Tarleton for Dwell.
RIBA Part.02 (2013) | Oxford Brookes University, UK
- The English Minimal Home increases potential for communication at the scale of the home and the city. The ambition is to slow down the domestic practices involving the shared production, preparation and consumption of food in order to increase potential communication at both scales. The functional technology and quantity of space are reduced to an extreme minimum to necessitate sharing in the everyday practices of the family rather than relying on the assistance of technology.
Architecten de Vylder Vinck Taillieu - Het Toneelhuis offices, Antwerp 2009. Existing structure is chopped with mezzanine levels added in between, interventions are colored in red on both the interior and exterior to communicate the changes undergone during the renovation. Via, photos (C) Filip Dujardin
This spring I will be working with Sou Fujimoto for the semester. All part of UWM’s Marcus Prize studio.
Dom Van der Laam