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  1. I saw the video about the Dome House by Soleri.
    That was very touching to see the inside of the structure. This was the first architecture I encountered as a young boy living halfway around the globe.
    It was hard to imagine what kind of people lived there and what setting in the wide landscape it was in.
    Today, I live nearby and it is sad to see all the bad architecture and land grab that has dwarfed the idea of living with nature. This is worth visiting again and again so as not to forget the lessons we could have learned from it. It may already be too late. I was there this week and could not beleive how close the new buildings have come to this Dome House.
    Thanks for giving us a glimpse of the timeless building.

  2. Thanks for leaving such a kind and thoughtful comment, Rafique.

    I can’t imagine what it must have been like to see Dome House as a young boy. That must have been an amazing experience.

    I had never seen it before I filmed it and was stunned at how innovative and beautiful it was. Needless to say, with Soleri there talking about it, the experience was that much more powerful.

    Thanks again for taking the time to write. I hope you enjoy the other posts you find here.

    Best,
    David

  3. David,

    Enjoyed the presentation in Indian Lake the other day. While reading Fine Homebuilding the Acosanti project was mentioned in an artical about Will Beemer a Timber Framer (Issue 214 Oct.-november 2010 pg.106). Seems he tought there in the 60S. Thought you might be interested.
    Jack

  4. Hi Jack,

    Thanks for coming to the screening, it was good to have you there.

    And thanks, too, for leaving the comment. I’ll make sure to check out that issue.

    I hope to show the film at your fine theater when the film is completed. And I hope you find your way back to these pages once in a while before then.

    All the best,
    David

  5. Hello from sweden!I was watching the film about mike meyers aka disfarmer,and touch my soul in soo many ways,i have been a photographer in nearly 5 years now and i have to give cred to the team that was shooting till documentry….Thanks alot:) Tobias

    1. Unfortunately, I’m not the filmmaker responsible for “Disfarmer.” I like his photos too and found a connection between them and my documentary, A Life’s Work.

      Thanks for leaving the comment though.

  6. Too bad your site for the vimeo video about Lincoln trying to get a job won’t open for me!! I have been looking for this for a few years – so close, yet so far. Good luck with your future endeavors.

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