HILL power generator.
This past summer we collaborated with Chester Rennie, a landscape architect at Public Work, on the Land Art Generator Initiative design competition, which was held for a site within Freshkills Park (the former Fresh Kills Landfill) in New York City. Here are a few paragraphs [...]
Etienne Turpin, our former professor and the current Walter B Sander’s Research Fellow at the University of Michigan, has commissioned the Captains of Industry to design his upcoming exhibiton tittled Stainlessness. As a preface to the exhibition, he’s also curating a symposium, [...]
A miners descends a mega ladder inside one of Tar Creek’s many underground caverns. Image courtesy of Brandon Mosley
We recently received a heads up from architecture grad Brandon Mosely regarding his thesis project; he coincidentally used Pitcher, Oklahoma, as the site for his intervention. His [...]
The abandoned open pit of the former Gouverneur Talc Mine, adjacent to Rt. 58, Sylvia Lake, NY.
There are a number of abandoned mines in and around my hometown of Gouverneur, NY, but this is the one that initially piqued the Captains’ interest in the re-purposing and reclamation of abandoned mines. [...]
The Captains of Industry had a chance to visit the derelict Bensons mines in the summer of 2010. The former iron mine is located in a rather empty area of upstate New York, [...]