Why would anyone ride a tube down a river to get to work? Well, it’s just plain silly fun! Zach and Seth donned their wetsuits and joined in the City of Boulder’s 6th Annual Tube to Work Day with about 200 others. Happy commuting!
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One current museum trend actually has nothing to do with a museum- or the walls of a museum at least. More and more frequently, designers, artists, pedestrians even- are committing guerilla museum exhibit design at impromptu to Pop-Up locations all around their cities. Pop –Up Museum is “a temporary exhibit created by the people who […]
If you haven’t heard, the Denver Art Museum and the Seattle Art Museum have wagered on the Superbowl. The winning team’s museum will be temporarily loaned a work depicting the vanquished mascot. So, in the spirit of all things Superbowl and Denver, Studio Tectonic is making itself available, pro bono, to design the winning exhibition to […]
Last night I attended a lecture here in Boulder by Temple Grandin. Dr. Grandin was made popularly famous by the HBO movie featuring her life and work as an exceptional and autistic designer of humane beef slaughter plant systems. In fact, she’s the only person to receive an award from PETA and an inductee in […]
Curation. The word is used by new media content creators for their work in crafting web content. It prompts me to draw comparisons to bricks-and-mortar content of one of the original “internets”, the museum. How might my real world exhibits be informed by this online content creation – how it’s shared, conveyed and experienced? By […]
I just love this photo. A commentary on California drivers in the Rockies? The thing is that I’m sure a couple of folks simply went over and helped this poor car right itself. Technology, like cars, are much more complex today and this is fun reminder of a time when we were more closely and […]
Studio Tectonic recently installed a thermostat designed by Bould Design for Nest. Here’s a bit from the nest.com blog posting… Every time I see a photo of the Nest Learning Thermostat, it’s exciting. It doesn’t matter how many I see. We designed Nest to blend into any decor, and it’s fascinating to see our thermostat […]