Yesterday I attended the celebration for what will be the future space for Children’s Museum of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa (next to the Schulz Museum). In founder Collette Michaud’s speech, she cited the statistic that today a child’s area of exploration in his or her neighborhood has been reduced to 1/9 of what it [...]
Recently Dan Gregory wrote in his Editor’s blog Eye on Design at Houseplans.com about ‘Powers of Ten for Rooms and Furniture’ and how the Powers of Ten film impacts home design. From the biggest to the smallest decision in designing one’s home, it is not only each decision itself but also how all the decisions [...]
From the Eames Office archives in Santa Monica, a production image from Powers of Ten–Charles Eames shooting the hand of the sleeping man at the picnic. Paul Bruhwiler, at the Office of Charles and Ray Eames from 1967-1968, was the man in Powers of Ten: A Rough Sketch for a Proposed Film Dealing with the [...]
MSNBC’s photoblog puts together some devastating before and after pictures. Hat tip to Steve Benen. 20%, 1/5 of the country, is underwater.