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our friend Mo happened to be having her last weekend at Arcosanti (after living there for a year and a half) the weekend we were there she gave us a tour of all the spaces we wouldn’t see otherwise… the … Continue reading →
our friend Mo happened to be having her last weekend at Arcosanti (after living there for a year and a half) the weekend we were there
she gave us a tour of all the spaces we wouldn’t see otherwise…
the view from her porch
the chickens in the camp
a view from one of the walkways
i loved the ceramic tiles embedded in the walls
booker liked it too:)
Isaac and Mo…
Mo showed us the greenhouse…hopefully on it’s way to feeding more people at Arcosanti!
a river runs through Arcosanti…
it was too cold for the pool when we were there, but the next time we go we’re hoping it’s open…
these are some of the ceramic bells Mo worked on while she lived at Arcosanti
here’s “camp” where the Arcosanti team started out living and many of the residents still live.
the bells of Arcosanti….
a tree by the river…
greenhouses at camp that are empty? There are a lot of future possibilites with Arcosanti and agriculture/food sources….finger crossed for good choices.
this is the communal area in camp. I was a bit bummed by it…not by the furniture, not by the general mess…just by the fact that a part of the wall was falling into the space: something that could be fixed in under 20 minutes….How can you build the city of tomorrow if you can’t keep your 1970′s rec room together?