Kevin Scott

Owner / Creative Director, Rollerhaus Pictureworks & Design Co.
Seattle, WA, United States

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Kevin Scott
Posted over 2 years ago
If you could make a wish on behalf of The City 2.0, what would it be?
Tim, Michael, Grant-- You asked for a link so i thought i'd share! I did a project a while ago for the Living Building Challenge that did precisely this...where we tried to imagine a world where distributed decision-making was the norm and where the broad stroke efforts at sustainability and collective community didn't completely mask the individual's expression (which a lot of master planning inadvertantly does). I posted earlier but it feels like this thread has become more about proselytizing and "the venus project" than it is about throwing ideas around. I don't claim to have all the answers but i will claim to have worked my tail off trying to arrive at a visual presentation that describes precisely what you've referred to (the winter image comes the closest). I hope you take a look, read a bit, and enjoy! I won't be insulted if it's nothing more than a few hours of critical thinking :) All the better! Kevin http://www.rollerhaus.com/reclaiming-natures-metropolis-a-living-building-language/ (team credits are listed on the main site)
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Kevin Scott
Posted over 2 years ago
If you could make a wish on behalf of The City 2.0, what would it be?
I wish City 2.0 would look like this: http://www.rollerhaus.com/reclaiming-natures-metropolis-a-living-building-language/ Reclaiming Nature's Metropolis is a look into the future of Chicago where instead of imagining how technology will save us from having to change, we imagine the change from within--the social and behavioral modifications necessary to arrive at a more sustainable existence. The imagery you see is a manifestation of that behavioral evolution as it begins to reclaim the urban landscape.