1. tesseractcollective:

    HANDMADE SCHOOL

    2005 Rudrapur, Bangladesh Anna Heringer and Eike Roswag

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    One of the most reported aspects of the Handmade school which is discussed in a plethora of journals and blogs is how 25 day labourers from the local area were trained through the construction process. It is…

    How participatory design involve the community and help to ensure the result meets their needs and usable.

     
  2. I cannot free myself from this prison
    The cell in which I’ve locked myself inside
    Refusing to change, to move on
    Not really living
    A lost doll sunken in the ocean of time
    Glossy eyes blind to the world
    Waiting, waiting
    To one day be pulled
    Back to the surface of reality.

     
  3. It was sink or swim
    I’ve fallen
    From the top to the bottom
    I just don’t know why

     

  4. "He who seeks truth shall find beauty,
    he who seeks beauty shall find vanity,
    he who seeks order shall find gratification,
    he who seeks gratification shall be disappointed,
    he who considers himself the servant of his fellow being shall find the joy of self expression,
    he who seeks self expression shall fall into the pit of arrogance.
    Arrogance is incompatible with nature, through nature, the nature of the universe and the nature of man we shall seek truth, if we seek truth we shall find beauty."
    — Moshe Safdie
     
  5. Women Anatomy: Body Matters

    We think of our bodies in terms of good or bad, attractive or unattractive, fit or unfit. Our body image is based around what our head thinks that our body looks like, and not enough on what our body does for us or how it holds our whole lives together. We love or hate based on appearance, we adore or detest our image. We struggle with weight and self loathing and we never stop to think outside of the literal body box.

    source: http://hellogiggles.com/loving-your-body-in-spite-of-your-mind