When I last met with Antonino, we discussed the importance of beginning to make a visual case for each of the different leads I encounter. This is part of the research that I can pursue without the Ethical Review having taken place, as it would involve a desk study of information in the public domain,… Continue reading Speaking in Agritectures – inspiration from illustrator Alan Snow
I found myself listening to the Sam Harris podcast over the weekend. To the most recent episode at the time: 151 "Will we destroy the future?" an interview with Nick Bostrom. Quoting directly: In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Nick Bostrom about the problem of existential risk. They discuss public goods,… Continue reading Vulnerable World / considering existential trajectories
Antonino will share the Ethics Form with Najla so she can make comments. He is happy with my progress. He reminds me that the ethical form is not the research and suggests not getting too bogged down in it. He wants to explore again - where Architecture fits in my research. We discuss hat the… Continue reading Notes from Zoom – Supervision with Antonino, 12/03/2019
I bought the full edition of simplemind for mapping.
My intention with my research is to split it into 2 phases - 2 years ish around GT and developing a theory, followed by 2 years developing a response. One idea that came to mind was to design a design book for those wanting to integrate controlled soilless growing into residential settings (thinking about Almere)...… Continue reading After the GT… a thought
Yesterday I had a zoom meeting with Heather. Here are my notes of what we discussed. Heather indicated that Caroline in the Science, Ethics Committee can help look over my ethical review. I will need to detail how I intend to remove / redact data if a participant doesn't want to be part of the… Continue reading Supervision with Heather
I'm watching TEDx: https://www.ted.com/talks/michael_murphy_architecture_that_s_built_to_heal "Architecture is more than a clever arrangement of bricks. In this eloquent talk, Michael Murphy shows how he and his team look far beyond the blueprint when they're designing. Considering factors from airflow to light, theirs is a holistic approach that produces community as well as (beautiful) buildings. He takes us… Continue reading What more could architecture do?