"For all of my LA career, I have specified "Ryerson Steel Edging". It's 1/8" x 4" to 6" widths (green) steel that is heavy, durable and bendable. Though difficult to bend for a typical home owner - but,…"
Einstein, Wendell Berry, Thoreau, Ian McHarg, Aldo Leopold, Kevin Lynch, Kathryn Gustafson, Peter Latz, Christy Ten Eyck, William McDonough, Tony Brown, Sim Van der Ryn, Rick Joy, Will Bruder, Jim Brandenburg's prairie photography, my professors and fellow students.
Other Crafts/ Interests
Painting and Drawing, Photography, Hiking, Volunteering.
Just took my first good look at your profile and blog and really respect your approach but more importantly your energy. You seem like the type of person that would work well with terra mode. I would love to pick your mind sometime.
Thanks for adding me. You have a pretty good eye, although its not quite the Leelanau peninsula, you very close though. It's actually a pic i took while i was hiking the pictured rocks national lakeshore this summer, what a beautiful landscape. The smooth stones created an interesting landscape from this perspective. keep up the good work.
I lived and studied there for 6 years betwwen 2001 and 2007. I mean the city is a great place to live and stay. It has the scale of an humble capital, metropolitan variety and the atmosphere of your "hometown". And the danes are good and relaxed people. All in all it might be the perfect place to live and raise your family. ...then the danes are pretty good architects, creative and free.
Where did you study when you was over there?
Hi, I'm working at landscape design studio. When I search about seat wall or plaza bench, i've found like these images..but i don't know the name of this(mark) and what this is used for. Just for design or purposeful things?please let me know~ …Continue
Trump promises a lot of deregulation, a lot of infrastructure building, jobs, economic growth, and, he's an experienced developer... so how do you think his presidency will impact our profession? Will we see more projects coming in? Less red tape?…Continue