Scan the World #scantheworld #3dPrinting

This is a very brief post to share a recent technology review I wrote for the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) for a 3D printing resource called Scan the World. 3D printing has increasingly been recognized as an excellent tool for solving many object-based problems across all industries including medicine, entrepreneurship, athletics, manufacturing, … More Scan the World #scantheworld #3dPrinting

Interactive Architecture on the rise #interactivearchitecture #architecture @BartlettArchUCL ‏

The great thing about the architecture industry is its ability to collaborate, learn from, and borrow concepts from allied [or not so related] disciplines for the sake improving spaces and design. A key example of this is the pivotal publication from Stephen Kieran and James Timberlake called Refabricating Architecture [2003], which argues for moving architecture from a part-based, … More Interactive Architecture on the rise #interactivearchitecture #architecture @BartlettArchUCL ‏

Laurel Hill Cemetery

As a caretaker and tour guide of an historic home in Fairmount Park along the Schuylkill River, we’re often reminded about where famous Philadelphians were born, lived and made history. In the colonial period of Philadelphia, a majority of these events would likely have happened along the Delaware River in what is now called Old … More Laurel Hill Cemetery