One Community is a non-profit organization creating a blueprint for a better world. This blueprint is a path to a world that is sustainably sustainable and for The Highest Good of All. It comprehensively and simultaneously addresses all of the challenges of our generation from food, energy, and housing to education, business creation, social architecture, and more. We are doing this because we see these things as connected and interdependent and this is our weekly progress update (#31) covering our accomplishments for the week of September 23, 2013.
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The One Community food infrastructure incorporates water catchment and storage, maximum space efficiency, and beautiful multi-use space design. Here is a new rendering of what this will look like from Douglas Simms Stenhouse our Architect and Watercolor Artist (transparentwatercolor.com) helping us.
The SEGO Center Duplicable City Hub now has windows for the Living Dome. Here are screenshots of this detailed and time consuming update. The pictures at the top show the complexity of a task like this that required multiple guides and a lot of creativity to properly align 12 windows that each fell on a minimum of two different surface planes.
This second picture is a view from inside second floor. The floor guide for the building can be seen in dark colors.
Karl Harris (Architect Drafter, Designer, and founder of Harris Design & Technology Services) has also made significant progress on the SEGO Center appliances and large-scale shared dining and commercial kitchen design. Here are pictures of a few of the areas he’s working on and the way we correspond with each other by drawing on screen shots to explain needed edits and updates as we’re working on the 3D details: