One Community is designing and implementing a detailed and self-replicating plan for global transformation. We are bringing together the people who want to help us and creating detailed open source blueprints and a self-replicating starting point to reinvent the world as a cooperative of open source sustainable civilizations collaborating for The Highest Good of All to solve the challenges of our generation and all generations to come. Designed as a “solution to everything,” our initial focuses include Highest Good approaches to food, energy, housing, education, for-profit and non-profit business design, social architecture, fulfilled living, stewardship practices and more. Putting these together comprehensively and simultaneously to addresses the foundations of all aspects of the human experience is important because we see these as an interconnected and interdependent whole capable of positively and permanently transforming the world for everyone and everything here. This is One Community’s weekly progress update (#38) covering our accomplishment for the week of November 11th, 2013.
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Here is the bullet-point list of this last week’s design and progress discussed in detail in the video above:
The Education for Life program is moving forward with lesson plans now. Here is the developing mindmap for the first of these lesson plans centered around a time theme (click here for the page – still under construction as of this posting):
This last week David Sweet (Architect) began putting the Phase I Food Infrastructure designs of Avery Ellis (Aquaponics Specialist and owner/operator of Integrated Aquaponics) and Douglas Simms Stenhouse (Architect and Water Color Artist) into CAD. Here is a side-by-side comparison of the original drawing with the CAD export:
This last week Devin Porter (3D Graphics Design Specialist) and the team completed the addition of railings and the final door frames of the earthbag village. Here’s the most recent 3D export showing these updates:
The Strawbale Village focus for the last week was on the central shared recreation space, shared kitchen, and stair access of the fire-safety entries. This CAD export and work are compliments of Dave Walen (Architectural Drafter & Designer and owner of Dave Philip Walen Design):
Shared space saves both short-term and long-term resources. The SEGO Center Duplicable City Hub exemplifies this. Here is this week’s 3D progress including a redesigned 2nd floor to line up with the counters on the 1st floor, finished cleaning closet, and final updates to countertops, storage rack placement, and a few other details.
This last week Karl Harris (Architect Drafter, Designer, and founder of Harris Design & Technology Services) added the SEGO Center under-stair storage and began working on the railings and other stair details. Here’s the most recent 3D export of this progress too: