The collaborative group Peregrine Workshop, comprised of Andrea and Gary Urbiel Goldner, employs vocabulary and expertise from the disciplines of ecology, mathematics, kinesiology, visual art, engineering and landscape architecture. They tell the story of places using verbal and visual methods. Their recent work includes a US Department of State Fulbright project, Community Appliances: Resilient Places in the City Landscape. Their work-in-progress includes a children’s book in English, Moroccan Arabic, French, Arabic and Spanish about community ovens and other neighborhood spaces in North Africa. The book represents the first of many planned about community spaces around the world, meant to encourage young community members to consider how places are made and how they fit into them.