American Dream Survival Guide the Podcast! by: D.E. Sellers

March 3rd, 2011

I want to introduce my podcast radio series on the Built American Landscape. I have put it together in a way that introduces the reality of our building practices and there effects on sustainability and economic prosperity as well as wellness and lifestyle. It is meant to be informative and entertaining utilizing the social networking and media of our time.

The first episode features interviews from Lars Lerup, former dean of the College of Architecture at Rice University, as well as Peter Calthorpe, founder of New Urbanism and an acclaimed architect and urban planner.

Subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes! Leave a comment on the blog or Facebook!   Check out the website American Dream Survival Guide.org

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Episode 1 American Landscape overview, history of the American Dream, and introductions to the new books of Lars Lerup “1 Million Acres no Zoning” and Peter Calthorpe “Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change”.

American Dream Survival Guide is produced by Explore Lab Radio from the faculty of Architecture, Urbanism and Building Technology at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and hosted by David (d.e.) Sellers.

Introducing the eDesk!

May 12th, 2010

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Emergency Chair Video

May 3rd, 2010

de Sellers Emergency Chair – YouTube

video by Simone Rebaudengo

Milwaukee Art Museum

December 9th, 2009

Thank you,  to the Chipstone Foundation and the Milwaukee Art Museum!

http://www.mam.org/exhibitions/details/greenFurniture.php

Milwaukee Art Museum

January 30th, 2010.

Come see the Emergency Chair on display at the Milwaukee Art Museum, Green Furniture exhibit.

Curated by The Chipstone Foundation.

Come see us at ICFF 09

May 17th, 2009

International Contemporary Furniture Fair 2009 – New York

Booth 825!

welcome to d e SELLERS

May 16th, 2008

The true appeal of these designs exceeds the aesthetics. They push the boundaries of efficiency while maintaining craftsmanship. The unique single sheet designs with no need of fasteners allows for simple assembly.

desFurniture is designed for quality, durability and structure. The elegant forms accentuate any space. Available in a variety of veneers and grades, choose the piece that’s right for you.

UPDATE: d e SELLERS as seen from core77.com at NY Design