Category Archives: Deconstruction

Pittsburgh Biennial

We are excited to expand our work project of Deconstruction into a gallery space. And even more so, super thrilled to be part of the Pittsburgh Biennial at the Miller Gallery! We are sharing a floor with our friends at … Continue reading

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Making Biochar

We learned about biochar around the time we were having the parish house deconstructed, and so made a point to separate all of our wood into several categories: structural, art-wood (special pieces, interesting paint, etc.), trash (painted and split, wood … Continue reading

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Some thinking about economy by our friend and frequent collaborator, Justin Downs

Justin Downs is cofounder of Ground lab, a full service prototyping and fabrication studio located in Brooklyn, NY. ¬†He was also an impromptu guest speaker on open source technology for a Low Res skype class with Helen Reed. ¬†Thanks Justin! … Continue reading

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