For the last three years I’ve been … over there

Formerly regular readers of this blog may have noticed a pronounced silence for the past three years.  My internet typing efforts were re-allocated to the official blog of my wonderful Chicago firm, Moss Design.

It was a delightful component of working there to create text and sketches for two posts a week showing off our our latest designs and also touching on architecture, Chicago history, sustainability and more.  Here are a few of my favorites but feel free to read every post, including the great work they’ve been creating since I left Chicago.

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BUILDING MATERIALS: THE 2X4S ALL AROUND US
BUILDING MATERIALS: BRICK AND MORTAR, OR BUILDING LIKE THE THIRD LITTLE PIG
BUILDING MATERIALS: CONCRETE UNDER OUR FEET
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: BUNGALOWS
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: WORKER COTTAGE
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: THE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: FIRE COTTAGE
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: THE COURTYARD APARTMENT
CHICAGO BUILDING TYPES: THE GREYSTONE
ENDURING BEAUTY AND USEFULLNESS: WHY WE STILL JUDGE BUILDINGS BY VITRUVIAN STANDARDS
DAYLIGHT AND PASSIVE SOLAR DESIGN FOR REMODELING AND ADDING ONTO EXISTING BUILDINGS
THE ARCHITECTURE OF STAR WARS: A FAN’S FAVORITE BUILDINGS, CITIES, AND DEATH STAR
DESIGN FOR DECONSTRUCTION: ARCHITECTS SHOULD PLAN FOR LESS WASTE
RESILIENT THINKING: DESIGN FOR A CHANGING WORLD

 

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