Monthly Archives: October 2010

Our Kitchen Table

These three collages were an exploration of the meaning of the kitchen table and the environment surrounding a meal.  I started these one night at the kitchen table and then finished them the next morning outside on the patio, wind blowing my little magazine scraps all over the floor.  It was intended to inspire a...

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Apple Galette

Two weekends ago, before Claire’s arrival, I took a trip to New Hampshire to pick apples at a local farm. I drove out with several friends on a brisk Saturday morning and arrived at a beautiful farm overflowing with fall produce. There were all kinds of pumpkins, squash, tomatoes, and other delicious things, but most...

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The Interstitial Park

The Interstitial Park project focused on the development of a mediating topography that integrated parking, amphitheaters, and a pedestrian landscape into a site between two urban conditions. The site was defined by a major elevational change between the two urban conditions, such that the resulting topography had to deal with sectional as well as planar...

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Roasted Root Vegetables

“We eat not only to feed our body, but also our mind. And what is perhaps the most important thing: eating brings people together.”                                                             {Marije Vogelzang, Eat Love} My favorite experiences with food are cooking and eating with friends and family: the preparation, the process, the compromises, working together, laughing, telling stories....

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Cappuccinos

The nights are getting colder, the leaves are starting to change color, slowly but surely, and fall produce is filling Findlay Market.  During rainy afternoons, when we should be working diligently on our next design project, all I want to do is wrap a blanket around me and enjoy a homemade cappuccino made by Juan. ...

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