Posts tagged with "Kickstarter":
- Interlocking planned and finished logs;
- A specially designed 4-way chamfered notch-joint system ensuring a tight fit to all boards with little room for damp, wind or zombie penetration;
- Square cut logs at the end to make it very difficult for zombies to climb onto the roof;
- Factory fitted pressure treated weatherproof heavy duty floor joists;
- Heavy duty green mineral roofing felt;
- Extra secure doors and windows;
- High quality glazing which is factory siliconed and internally beaded to all doors and windows.
This urban intervention in Chicago would let citizens control colorful lights under the “El” with their smartphones
For most people visiting or living in Chicago, Wabash Avenue in the Loop is a dark, noisy, sometimes scary place to either avoid or walk quickly through. Positioned between the history of State Street and the futuristic playground of Millennium Park, Wabash Avenue is an underutilized resource in the city for art, culture, and business.The design calls for 520 light tubes that are programmable every 1.2 inches, and Chicago residents can control the lights using a smartphone or computer. The project was initially entangled in a bit of a bureaucratic red tape, but it now has gained all of the approvals needed to move forward with a pilot outside of the Palmer House Hilton on Wabash Avenue. The duo has been working closely with the Chicago Transit Authority, the Chicago Department of Transportation, and the city government. To contribute to the project and see Chicago’s streets come to life, head on over to their Kickstarter page.