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Monochrome series collected.

Monochrome series collected.


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Aberdeen Cable Purse Pattern (free until Monday January 8th, 2018 at 11:59 pm PST )by Noelle Stiles 

Aberdeen Cable Purse Pattern 

(free until Monday January 8th, 2018 at 11:59 pm PST )

by Noelle Stiles 


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and now the opposite of minimal #architecture #colorful #building #design #colours #indian #pattern

and now the opposite of minimal #architecture #colorful #building #design #colours #indian #pattern #switzerland #park #parcoscherrer (at Parco Scherrer)


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Oh i found another schoolgirl Ashleigh picture buried on my phone…

Oh i found another schoolgirl Ashleigh picture buried on my phone…


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good-ol-drunkle-qrow:

moghedien:

Pattern Stormlight Archive is my son and I will protect and defend him from any and every adversary

My favorite way to ‘read’ Stormlight Archive is the audiobook primarily because I love Kate Reading’s Pattern voice

No but seriously it was her Pattern voice that made me fall in love with the boy

Like my first read of the books, I read on kindle, but I use the audiobooks for rereads, and the first time I got to Pattern in audiobook form, it made me go from just sorta liking the boy to willing to kill for him. Her Pattern voice is everything

Pattern Stormlight Archive is my son and I will protect and defend him from any and every adversary

userdeck:

Cool “ants” at Miami Beach from the air by Antoine Rose. Via Iconic.

Mexico City – The conflicts of renewal

#pattern    #economy    #patterns    #economics    #design    #self-organization    #disorder    #street    #mexico city    #mexico    #north america    
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ryanpanos:

Unequal Scenes | Johnny Miller |Via

Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller reveals distinct lines between rich and poor in a striking (and unsettling) series of photographs. Taken using drones, the aerial perspective presents the harsh reality of past Apartheid policies and the continued disparity in a way that can’t be ignored.


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 Domino Park Introduces Social Distancing Circles to Adapt to the COVID-19 Crisis  While all public

Domino Park Introduces Social Distancing Circles to Adapt to the COVID-19 Crisis 

While all public spaces around the world are trying to innovate and implement safety measures to open during the coronavirus pandemic, Domino Park has introduced a series of painted social distancing circles. This strategical urban design intervention ensures that people are “following proper social distancing procedures recommended by the CDC and government”.

Designed by landscape architecture firm James Corner Field Operations and privately-funded by Brooklyn-based developer Two Trees Management, Domino Park has been accessible to the public ever since the summer of 2018. In order to encourage safe park visitation practices, during this pandemic, the park has recently implemented social circles in its open public space.

Elaborated by Domino Park’s staff members, the project generates a series of chalk painted circles on the astroturf Flex Field. Introduced on May 15th, the intervention puts in place 30 circles: each circle is 8 feet in diameter and set 6 feet apart. Immediately famous with the visitors, the social distancing rings “took a few $.99 cans of white chalk paint from the local paint store, 2 people, and 4 hours”.

Along with this strategic tactical urbanism, Domino Park has continued to display various types of signage about social distancing and wearing masks. Moreover, the quarter-mile waterfront park highlights safety rules constantly on his social media pages. During times of peak visitation, Domino Park has even closed River Street.

Source:Archdaily


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Plaza Life Revisited This research project reconsiders writer William H. Whyte’s Street Life Project

Plaza Life Revisited

This research project reconsiders writer William H. Whyte’s Street Life Project and seminal study The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces (1980). It sought to understand how the types of new public spaces have changed some 40 years after he published his book and companion film, what has changed in how people use public realm spaces, and what makes well used spaces.

The project first looked at 10 plazas in Manhattan by 10 different designers, constructed or renovated in the last 15 years. The sites range from the type of bonus plazas Whyte was observing, to infrastructural leftovers, alleys, transit plazas, private campus spaces, and tactical urbanist interventions. The team used new analytical tools such as a machine learning algorithm on video footage to develop heat maps describing dwell time, frequent and infrequent usage, and preliminary pedestrian counts. 

The team also used some of the same techniques Whyte did—behavioral observations, site measurements, and hand tabulation.  The goal was to identify common behavior patterns, collective activity, programming, physical elements, and understand context across the sites in order to inform future public realm design.  Findings and methods were published in a booklet called Field Guide to Life in Urban Plazas. Currently, researchers are experimenting with an extension of the New York study on other international sites using infrared data that allows evening site usage to be captured, as well as a higher level of anonymization.


RESEARCH TEAM
Emily Schlickman and Anya Domlesky, XL research and innovation Lab at SWA, Tom Balsley, Chella Strong, Jen Saura, and Hallie Morrison, SWA/Balsley, Anonymous, Data Scientist

Source:SWA Group,Landscape Architecture Magazine

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Momma Chickadee Potholder This is so cute and even though kitschy isn’t my thing I’m goi

Momma Chickadee Potholder

This is so cute and even though kitschy isn’t my thing I’m going to make these.

via: @lionbrandyarn


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leafstranger: packetdancer: lemonade-cat: disabledpaladin: myfavoritedemons: diyncrafts: Free Croche

leafstranger:

packetdancer:

lemonade-cat:

disabledpaladin:

myfavoritedemons:

diyncrafts:

Free Crochet Pattern: Adult-Sized Mermaid Lapghan to Keep You Warm on those Chilly Nights

http://www.diyncrafts.com/11807/fashion/free-crochet-pattern-adult-sized-mermaid-lapghan-to-keep-you-warm-on-those-chilly-nights

neednothavehappenedtobetrue

you know what… this might be handy for wheelchair users too, if youre going to be in a cold environment for a long time (id personally figure out how to shorten the flippy fin bit but thats cause of how my wheelchair sits)

PERFECT FOR BEING A MERMAID I WANNA BE ONE TOO

I feel like this has seananmcguire written all over it, if she hasn’t already seen it.

isanah


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 The crochet pattern for this super cute sloth was added to the shop ~Get it here: https://etsy.me/2 The crochet pattern for this super cute sloth was added to the shop ~Get it here: https://etsy.me/2 The crochet pattern for this super cute sloth was added to the shop ~Get it here: https://etsy.me/2 The crochet pattern for this super cute sloth was added to the shop ~Get it here: https://etsy.me/2

The crochet pattern for this super cute sloth was added to the shop ~
Get it here: https://etsy.me/2uMIY0R


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