According to Wikipedia, “The term “geodesic” comes from geodesy, the science of measuring the size and shape of Earth; in the original sense, a geodesic was the shortest route between two points on the Earth’s surface, namely, a segment of … Continue reading
Is weaving important? Textiles are traditionally a Fine Arts area of study and can be seen everyday in our clothing, bags, blankets, towels and art. A textile or cloth is a flexible material consisting of a network of natural or artificial fibres (yarn or … Continue reading
Art Shanties (and spectators) on White Bear Lake, Minnesota February 2017 http://www.artshantyprojects.org
The models below were inspired by exotic sports cars like Ferrari, McLaren and Lamborghini. In addition to be suited for a carport, these small structures could be used as a studio, garage or a pavilion.
Building blocks inspired by the Jenga puzzle game and artist Donald Judd. The Towers are designed to be made from precast concrete, aluminum and solar panels. A stackable building system proportioned in such a way that it is impossible to … Continue reading
This is a project that I took on because whenever I go to the lumber yard, I am amazed that there is not a good looking connector or bracket that you can buy off the shelf for small construction projects. … Continue reading
We call this the “Bedbox” or “Bäddboks” if you are Swedish. There is a Swedish historical precedent for building a sleeping platform on your property, which we had no idea about when we named our creation the Bedbox. In the history of Sweden, … Continue reading
These models were designed with Ferrari in mind in hopes of someday building a Ferrari inspired Parasol Modular sculpture.