Monthly Archives: July 2015

You Cam Do It

Finally! One of the skyloft windows has a bug screen! Hand made, of course, from scratch, of course. This two-piece system is held in place with quarter round moulding and wooden cams which pivot to secure the frames with a … Continue reading

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Victorian HVAC?

While these old homes are far from tiny, it looks like we collectively lost some architectural wisdom over the past century. These housing elements can be revived alongside modern technology, even on a very small scale. http://blog.solarcity.com/how-homes-kept-cool-before-the-age-of-ac. (I do long … Continue reading

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C# and D

Two years after beginning construction, I am finally getting some kitchen organizationability! Note the utensil storage. It is made from discarded pre-WWII pipe organ parts. Here we have C sharp and D, which are a half note apart and very … Continue reading

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