Haybox from common household items

Posted on ma 14 januari 2019 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, urban design, appropriate technology, CEAP, zones and sectors, ethics, attitudinal principles

This is a small design I did to show the different options available for making a haybox at home.

haybox in use

Background

In our household we try to reduce our need for fossil fuels. One way is to prevent cooling of a heated substance by adding insulation. For ourselves we use layers …


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Design Arno's company

Posted on di 25 september 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, general design, CEAP, ways of observing, client interview, ethics, attitudinal principles, Holmgren principles

Background

I currently work for a few customers as a programmer and for a few others as a systems administrator for their Linux systems.

Current situation (2018) is a physical servers at two different locations. One is in a local data center with a optic fiber connection and one is …


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Design Summer Party

Posted on ma 04 juni 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, social design, Eindhoven, party, CEAP, 5 W's, ways of observing, flow, ethics, attitudinal principles, kanban, 4 questions, season: summer

Background

One of the challenges facing us the coming years is a return to a more communal way of living. A party is a good way to practice coming together and exchanging ideas and inspiration. A way also to connect different circles of people.

The goal is to create a …


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Design Arno's life

Posted on wo 30 mei 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, social design, CEAP, 3 happy lives, ikigai, ethics, attitudinal principles, Holmgren principles, web of goals, core human needs, early retirement extreme

This is a permaculture design design for my life. This page documents the process and the design. I used CEAP as the design process.

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Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.

—Aristotle

Knowing yourself …


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Design Arno's backyard

Posted on do 24 mei 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, garden design, Eindhoven, CEAP, client interview, ethics, zones and sectors, ways of observing, attitudinal principles, Holmgren principles

This is the main design for the backyard. It ties the other designs for the garden together.

Arno's jungle on 2018-05-18

Backyard in the middle of May 2018.

My front yard and back yard provide the perfect practice ground for trying out new ideas. These pages document some of the ideas I have executed …


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Compost bin in Arno's backyard

Posted on wo 23 mei 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, backyard, compost, CEAP, Holmgren principles

This is a design for the compost bin in Arno's backyard.

2018-05-08

Background

Designer: Arno Peters.

Design strategy

I used CEAP in designing this.

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See site information for all collected information on the backyard.

The Humanure Handbook from Joseph Jenkins provides great insight into composting.

I watched several …


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Designing a water catchment for Arno's backyard

Posted on di 22 mei 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, garden design, water catchment, CEAP, Holmgren principles

This is a design for the water catchment in Arno's backyard.

2018-03-26

Water comes from the downspout via the grey pipe on the left. Water is stored in the blue barrel. Water overflows via the black tube and then down the brown pipe. The bucket makes for a small bird pool …


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Designing the hugels

Posted on ma 21 mei 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, garden design, hugelculture, Holmgren principles, CEAP

This is a design for the hugelculture in Arno's backyard.

2017-03-06

Background

Designer: Arno Peters.

Design strategy

I used CEAP in designing this.

Collect site information

See site information for all collected information on the backyard.

Available materials for the hugels:

  • cuttings
    • branches from Viburnum tinus (laurustinus / sneeuwbol)
    • branches from Pinophyta …

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