December 28, 2014

Toss me, toss me, Thanatos me.

I took a rather nasty tumble on my mountain bike yesterday and will be limping about the house now for days. While I have learned a lesson and am certainly counting my blessings that my injuries […]
December 22, 2014

Office Buildings and Bikes: it’s time they just got it on!

Have you ever watched two people flirt then go cold, advance then retreat, be dancing together all night only to head home alone? Don’t you want to just tell them, “hurry up and just get it […]
December 17, 2014

What bicycle advocates can teach designers, and visa versa.

I think my readership is roughly evenly split. On the one hand there are bicycle advocates with an interest in the production of space. On the other, there are producers of space (architects, planners, engineers—let’s say […]
December 15, 2014

Is this a street or a board game?

I once heard a cute statistic that 40% of Americans do not believe they can be possessed by the devil. That’s what we’re dealing with. But don’t act surprised. The Greek, Roman, Ottoman and British empires […]
December 10, 2014

You can’t do that with a car!

In lieu of words today, I’m posting some photos, taken by Charlotte Morton, modelling provided by Harriet Elliot (standing in for my Primrose) and myself (standing in for Charlotte Morton). The kitchen of the future, when […]