This is a component of a much larger residential project, the 2013-2016 renovation of a nineteenth-century masonry townhouse in Boston, Massachusetts. The dominant element of this guardrail and handrail assembly for a new stairway from the kitchen street level to the basement studio is welded bar grating, a mass-produced steel grid material commonly used in sidewalks and other foot-trafficked locations » More
My little magic box of a 3D printer has a single-print volume limitation of 9.9 by 7.8 by 5.9 inches, but of course one may assemble multiple printed objects into something more elaborate and larger, and furthermore one may combine printed objects with non-printed components.
The fifty-odd prints that I made for this test of the machine, simply joined with » More
This very small two-bedroom townhouse in the South End Historical District in Boston is regulated by city ordinances to prevent any obvious alteration to its 1892 exterior facades, down to the profile of the window muntins. The project here included the replacement of those historic windows; the upgrading of the heating, plumbing, and electrical systems; and the installation of air » More