Hexagons Proeftuin Meerhoven

Posted on ma 25 juni 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, building design, Eindhoven, planning for real, client interview, 5 W's, ways of observing, PMI, functions and elements, 4 questions, abandoned design

Photo of hexagon and base layer of pallets on 2018-06-18

Base for the hexagon and the first layer of pallets.

Note: this design has been abandoned.

Background

Proeftuin Meerhoven is cooperative maintaining a community garden in Eindhoven. I am a member of the cooperative. The municipality of Eindhoven has given us about 6000 m² of public land to garden on …


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Garden design monastery Reek

Posted on do 08 februari 2018 in designs • Tagged with permaculture, garden design, Reek, input output analysis, planning for real, client interview, zones and sectors, PMI, ethics, functions and elements, dreaming circle, PASTE, ways of observing

We designed the garden elements of a monastery building at Reek.

Background and team

This work was part of the hands-on design part of the Permaculture Design Course (PDC) at Lotus Institute in Den Bosch, Netherlands. Our teacher for the course was Rakesh "Rootsman Rak".

Participating in the design team …


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