Lost between the letters began as a sort of external hard drive for my masters thesis project way back in 2007. That thesis is long since defended and now Lost is simply my outlet for research and opinions of all varieties. It serves as a record of my experience living in the Drifless Region of Wisconsin, working out what it feels like to live alone in a small mid-western town and beginning to become an architect. I’ll post favorite poems, pictures of my lastest project, reviews and exerpts of books I’m reading, links to other interesting blogs, and the occasional photo about the weather. Its also a place where I vent architectural grievances and discuss design ideas and news. Feel free to browse around.
These days I’m much more often to be found at Dwelling Places – a blog specifically devoted to my interests as an architect. Swing by and check it out, sometime.
I also post occasionally about green building on Digging in the Driftless, Denise Thornton’s journal of working and building a home on 44 acres in Southwestern Wisconsin.
*The picture (of the sun setting over the Mississippi river from the Hixon forest bluff top) represents the lack of sunset clause on this blog.