> House on Limekiln Line
> Limekiln Grid
> Nathan Phillips Square
> Dublin Grounds of Remembrance
> Peripheral Sitings
> Topophilia
> Clouds, Vortices & Plumes
> Exothermic Landscape
> Drawing Energy 1
> Drawing Energy 2
> Drawing Energy 3
> Fill, Flow, Track on the Isle of Rum
> Digital Ecologies: Contamination

> Retooling Cockenzie Power Station
> Sand, Silt, Salt, Water
> Streamlining Models
> Streamlined Models
> Thermal Plume Models

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Drawing Energy 2: Kerrera, Scotland | Third Year Design Studio, University of Edinburgh | 2011
Students designed active landscapes of cultivation and passive buildings that register environmental exchange in a small island in the Scottish Hebrides. Energy was framed according to a basic thermodynamic reading of energetic exchange as yielding either work or heat. Students benefitted from the proximity of Kerrera by camping on site, keeping weather logs and conducting field measurements tied to their designed modes of cultivation. Credits: Prawn Farming (images 1-5): David Black, Tom Ferm, Rob Hebblethwaite, Hayden White| Slate Quarry (images 6-10): Maria Esteban and Susanna Boreham

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