MODE KABINET is the working title for a modular housing system I've been developing for many years. This quest has brought me to the land of CNC and advanced fabrication methods. I now own and operate a production grade CNC in Brooklyn where I continue my experiments.
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FLESHING OUT PINECONE BUDGET HERE:
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This is a research page, providing precedence and examples of large ribbed structures...proposing building methods...in the interest of building the Pine Cone Empire .
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I made this ship for Russian artist, Alexander Ponomarev. The final product was covered in faux-finished sheet metal to resemble a battered old ice breaker ship. The interior structure however is pertinent to housing so I thought I would include it on this site.
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In Brief: MODE Cabinets is a re-exploration of my original TSAZ designs
which were started around 2009 in a run down deli near the train yards of Kansas City. At his time I had very little knowledge of fabrication methods. Material constraints did not hinder my imagination. Years later … Continue Reading ››
It started with a dream....and a bunch of Sketchup drawings. Chinook owners advise against modifying anything unless you intend to rip out everything. These old RVs were made kind of poorly. One thing leads to the next once you begin tearing into it. In my case I was focused on … Continue Reading ››
I was invited to do a TetraHouse installation on this fresh land nestled in the lushous green hills of North Carolina. In the long run this place, Ancient Future Farms, will serve as a community hub and potential artist residency. Many developments were made, mostly in the membrane department. This … Continue Reading ››
I've tried repeatedly to install TetraHouses around Brooklyn (the city I live in) only to be met with opposition. Buying a small RV was my solution to continuing this research. Strangely you can do more right out on the street than you can in your own backyard because of the … Continue Reading ››