Designing the next

Update: April 12. Very warm thank-you to those who helped me think carefully about the writing for the letter to ask for funds for the Finland programme. I am going to circle back to you individually, so hang on there for a bit, and I will give you the personal report on what's…

Notes on Synthesis and Form

This originally appeared on our blog in 2016, and more recently, in S P A C E as a conversation-starting prompt. Amazing things came from that thread, so I wanted to share it here. Mostly for EC. AUSTRIAN-BORN architect Christopher Alexander says in Notes on Synthesis and Form, that achieving…

Making more and better S P A C E

It has been four years since we began publishing our eZine, S P A C E. Which runs the gamut of topics relating to creating new, and better space, mostly the kinds that foster interpersonal dialogues that progress in a meaningful way. That doesn't have to mean lifetime friendship, or…

S P A C E || Breakfasting

'THAT WAS GREAT.' 'It was.' 'It's good that we can still talk. A good conversation!' 'It is. It was.' 'About so many kinds of things! It keeps it new. I like that.' 'I do, too.' 'I think... I think that what's really interesting is when you can have the old…

Change starts with wanting to

  PEOPLE WHO ARE ALREADY IN MOTION know that the hardest part about starting a thing is, well, starting. In classic high school Newtonian physics, the coefficient of static friction is greater than the coefficient of kinetic friction. Which means that if you had a mass on a flat surface,…