Flowforms: Contacts & Sources Needed

Claude Genest genest at together.net
Fri Sep 22 09:29:55 EDT 2000


Hi Louis,

Would have written you just because of your name ( I'm an ex-Montrealer
living in Vermont) - but I'm also really curious if you might be thinking of
distributing flow forms regionally?

Also love to hear your design solutions for greywater systems in winter...

John Todd ( "Living Machines") teaches here at UVM.

I was reading how he reckons that the systems he's designing today are akin
to the giant "Univac" computers of the 50's - give it 30 years and these
sytems will begin to resemble laptops !

Did you find anything ?


Regards,

Claude Genest
ISle LaMotte, Vt.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Louis G. Laframboise" <lgl at magma.ca>
To: "permaculture" <permaculture at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Sent: Saturday, September 16, 2000 5:38 AM
Subject: Flowforms: Contacts & Sources Needed


> This is a general request to anyone interested in, or involved with
> flowforms, including their design into the landscape, sculpture,
> installation, evaluation,... Any contact, bibliographic or other info
would
> be greatly appreciated.
>
> I am looking to integrate flowforms into urban ecological design. The
> flowforms will have to be seamlessly integrated with ALL of a home's or
> building's components: greywater, rainwater catchment, aquaculture and
> pond. A resiliant and interchangeable design is needed, e.g. so that they
> can handle cold(er) climates.
>
>
> Go gently onwards.
>
> Louis Laframboise
> Ottawa, Canada
>
>
>
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