Posts tagged ‘accessibility’

February 13, 2014

Headland Sculpture

Headland Sculpture

In the planning stages of finally taking on Headland‘s real life creation, this project is long overdue. It’s process represents bringing life to the many conceptions that are born within our imagination. Headland takes on the challenge of enveloping the many conventions we enjoy on a commercial level and highlights the potential of  using the “micro-scapes” that exist in the biological world in forming a functional society that supports the needs of human communities. By using 3-D line, shape, and form, with a clay model, I plan on finally creating a living representation of Headland. Stay tuned for prototypes.

March 6, 2013

Finding Arcologic Inspiration and Application

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Photo found on a Touch of Green via Grow Food Not Lawns

Photo found on a Touch of Green via Grow Food Not Lawns

A beautiful collection of arcologic applications. Lots of these spaces are far too expensive for the average person and its why we should find ways to make them accessible. I will find a way for I feel I have no choice. Observe the wide array of plants, heights, and geographic locations for the potential placement of food. Oh glorious food. Join theses guys in the Grow Food Movement by liking, following and applying to your community.

An update for more tips and references: You can follow Tariq Tanveer, designer of the garden walls by visiting his facebook: or his website at:

The idea of a rotisserie wall posted on A Touch of Green

The idea of a “rotisserie” wall posted on A Touch of Green