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MOBILE PRODUCE CART

Commissioned by the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN) for their D-Town Farm entity, this deployable mobile produce cart will be used to sell fruits, veggies, and merchandise. Its flexible use and compact design make it ideal for farmer's market set-ups, and any spontaneous pop up events. Features include pull out drawers, fold out work stations, storage space, display space, moveable umbrella, and some rad custom wheels. Look out for the cart at your local farmer's market and D-Town Farm starting June 2015.

The Mobile Produce Cart was included in the Designing Summer: Objects of Escape exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum (June - August 2015) .

Materials: tube steel chassis, laser cut steel paneling, cedar decking

Dimensions: 70" x 45" x 63" (not including umbrella)

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EDDERBEEK SHADE STRUCTURE

Interested in light, color, and pattern this shade structure gives an experience of being under a kaleidoscope. Providing shade for the patio, the aluminum reflects much of the sunlight and gives a colorful pattern to the space below. Like an abbicus the individual ‘light vessels’ are operable, easily moveable to where the most shade is needed. 

Material: perforated aluminum, acrylic, steel

Dimensions: 270 sq. ft.

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CHARRED RED CEDAR PLANTERS

Charred cedar paneling, with blackened HR Steel angle construction and adjustable feet. Cedar bottom with drainage holes. Permeable soil fabric liner. 

Large planter: 32" cubed exterior. 28" square opening. 

Medium planter: 24" cubed exterior. 20" square opening.

Small planter: 18" cubed exterior. 14" square opening.

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CHICKEN COOP

Reclaimed Cedar, HR Steel angle and corrugated steel panels. Neighbor Giselle helping out!

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X-Frame Bar

A reflective surface to catch light and pattern from the overhead suspend shade vessels. The bar is made of laser cut steel with minimal structure to support itself laterally as well as provide an uninterrupted surface for enjoying the shade.

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MOTOR & COLORADO

A continuous experiment of an abandoned lot. Formerly a convenience store location, the lot has been used as a community garden, workshop, and installation testing ground.

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