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  • August 17, 2017

    Field Notes from The Expanded Environment; An Introduction

    Field Notes from the Expanded Environment will act as a research dossier for an eventual monograph problematizing more-than-human co-habitation within the expanded field of Interior Architecture.  My intervention is to apply design-strategies from Adaptive Reuse to interior architectures of feedlots where architectural form becomes the technological delineator between human life and non human bio...

  • April 30, 2017

    Concrete Chimney Swift Tower

    The evolution of the Chimney Swift is closely intertwined with modernity and the changing habitats of humans. Although originally nesting in caves and rotted trees, Chimney Swifts now primarily nest in, well -- chimneys and other man-made habitats. They adapted to chimneys in the first place due to a scarcity of standing, rotted trees - as these have a tendency to fall onto property and are quickl...

  • April 30, 2017

    Call for Writers

    We'd like to invite you to become a guest contributor to The Expanded Environment. Click for more info....

  • April 30, 2017

    Call for Works

    We want to publish your work. Do you have a project that you think would look really sweet on The Expanded Environment? Are you interested in biology, architecture, ecology urbanism, interspecies art and various combinations thereof?...

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