Exciting Green Updates in Rainy Berlin


The past two weeks doing my Monroe research have been both exciting and exhausting. Starting to begin research by reading articles, researching buildings, and reaching out to companies was a heafty feat, but I am glad to say that I have been able to keep up with it, despite also going to class and taking […]

The (Dialectical) Architecture of our World

For my final post, I’d like to briefly meditate on a problem which I left unaddressed in my first blog post, and which has loomed behind both of my posts since then.  This blog post was titled “From Design to Practice” (http://upperclassmonroe.blogs.wm.edu/2014/06/02/from-design-to-practice/) and in it I argue with what I call the “design model” of […]