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Archives: arcfarmer

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f&k yeah pretty vintage tumblr

A couple of images from a fantastic tumblr. Click here

Pliable Light Producing Sheets

Council, houses new(ish) facelift v, via Heritage Perth. Now a welcome, dominant piece of Perth’s skyline.

Here’s an idea, the following via Bloomberg,

“General Electric Co. scientist Anil Duggal is working on light-producing sheets that may soon outshine the bulb.

Duggal, …, says he may be about a year away from producing durable and green lighting that is neither incandescent nor fluorescent.
(it) will come in rolls of flexible sheets less than 2.5 centimeters thick, and Duggal says their energy efficiency now matches compact fluorescents, with room for improvement. Their pliability opens the door to light- producing furniture, wallpaper, or ceiling paper, and items that have yet to be imagined…”

The mind boggles as to the possibilities such technologies would bring…

Populate Perth

An interesting pointer from the “What If” program project briefing notes, initiated by the City of Perth:

” At 13,500 reisdents, the majority of whom are located on the edge of the central core rather than in the centre, Perth has one of the smallest central city populations in an Australian capital city. “

Reconnecting the City Part 1 - Parliament Freeway Cover. JCY Architects.

Some exhibitions

reblog from Perth’s Best

Some exhibitions: “

The UWA end of semesester exhibition is this Thursday night in the Cullity Gallery, starts at 6.30. Next week the awards exhibition opens at qv1. Should be interesting to see the work on display.

Grain of Salt 2010-06-04 08:25:00

Attached is an idea that interested me, in light of recent events in the Gulf of Mexico with the BP Oil Disaster.
What would it look like if it happened in your backyard?
This image shows an overlay of the slick at 4:21pm Perth time on the 4th of June 2010:
To have some fun with it go here

iRhino3d

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Perth Events

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Jo Pickup New Site

I’ve just finished updating Perth artist Jo Pickup’s new website.  You can visit by clicking this link.

Construction Manuals

Books in this series prove very useful even though they focus heavily on European construction.

Architecture — Los Angeles Times - latimes.com

Architecture — Los Angeles Times - latimes.com