Dorota Hebisz
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Patrick Ruijzenaars / In imagining and designing forest is frequently talked about the final stage. Equally interesting is the way to get there. It takes many human lives, indeed a lifetime, for them to mature and a young forest is often the least interesting. This series of drawings shows the experiential value of planted forest in different stages of the forest. By manipulating the planting method the experiential value will be increased, by structural variation, which makes the forest…

Patrick Ruijzenaars / In imagining and designing forest is frequently talked about the final stage. Equally interesting is the way to get there. It takes many human lives, indeed a lifetime, for them to mature and a young forest is often the least.

Thrifty homemade gifts that are good for the environment and keep children entertained? 'Tis the season.

ATELIER CHERRY: broches Using a heart shaped silicon mold, chop crayons into smaller pieces. Add to mold, bake 230 degrees F for 15 minutes, and you have magic crayons. Great for Valentine's Day or stocking stuffers!