thekhooll:

Sustainability Treehouse Mithun

"The Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design. Mithun led the integrated design process and a multidisciplinary team to achieve the engaging, high-performance facility."

(Source: archatlas)

preciousandfregilethings:

portermoto:
Untitled by Rolfe Horn

preciousandfregilethings:

portermoto:

Untitled by Rolfe Horn

willitbeard:

Beard and Slinky

willitbeard:

Beard and Slinky

nevver:

The big picture

oupacademic:

Unsung social worker: Katharine Bement Davis (1860-1935), social worker, prison reformer, and sex researcher

Davis’s work in political economy and sociology convinced her that women’s crime generally resulted from low wages, inequality, and inadequate employment. She set out to expand women’s options through classes and vocational training.
Davis moved immediately to the Rockefeller Bureau of Social Hygiene. Under her direction, the bureau expanded its research into the broader fields of public health and social hygiene. In 1920, she undertook an ambitious study of female sexuality publishing a report entitled “Factors in the Sex Life of Twenty-two Hundred Women” (1929), a landmark work that showed that behaviors considered deviant were common among college and club women. Even before its publication, the board convinced Rockefeller to terminate Davis’s appointment.

March is Social Work Month. Keep an eye out for social work posts on our Tumblr throughout the month.
Image credit: Katharine Bement Davis [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Public domain via Library of Congress.

oupacademic:

Unsung social worker: Katharine Bement Davis (1860-1935), social worker, prison reformer, and sex researcher

Davis’s work in political economy and sociology convinced her that women’s crime generally resulted from low wages, inequality, and inadequate employment. She set out to expand women’s options through classes and vocational training.

Davis moved immediately to the Rockefeller Bureau of Social Hygiene. Under her direction, the bureau expanded its research into the broader fields of public health and social hygiene. In 1920, she undertook an ambitious study of female sexuality publishing a report entitled “Factors in the Sex Life of Twenty-two Hundred Women” (1929), a landmark work that showed that behaviors considered deviant were common among college and club women. Even before its publication, the board convinced Rockefeller to terminate Davis’s appointment.

March is Social Work Month. Keep an eye out for social work posts on our Tumblr throughout the month.

Image credit: Katharine Bement Davis [between ca. 1910 and ca. 1915]. Public domain via Library of Congress.

nevver:

Clothespin light

nevver:

Clothespin light

red-lipstick:

Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy (b. 1986, L’Arbresle, France) From Facades Series 1, 2 and 3 (In Progress)

(Source: zachariegaudrillot-roy.com, via red-lipstick)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Hot summer by Ruslan)

llbwwb:

(via 500px / Hot summer by Ruslan)

(via red-lipstick)

(Source: highenoughtoseethesea, via preciousandfregilethings)

thefinalimage:

The ‘Best Picture’ Show: A Final Image Montage

A closing shot study through time of every “Best Picture” winner (all 86 of them). Length: 5:14

Just lovely