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post #1681 of 3369
He's too busy rolling a joint and rocking out to led zeppelin to contribute some architectures.
post #1682 of 3369
I like it when you guys post buildings and I ridicule them.
post #1683 of 3369
Today can be Potpourri Friday. No stone left unturned.


















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Edited by StephenHero - 5/10/13 at 9:43am
post #1684 of 3369
^
wow
post #1685 of 3369
Very nice. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #1686 of 3369
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Post something you have done stephen. The more you post rambling critiques, the more you strike me as being a witness to architecture, rather than a participant.
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Yeah Stephen, you probably have never even designed a building from top to bottom and carried it through all construction phases. Fucking poser.

I've actually seen some of Stephen's construction phases in person:
post #1687 of 3369
Wow, that's cold.
post #1688 of 3369
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Wow, that's cold.

I don't mean for it to be an insult, just being silly.
post #1689 of 3369
I was Rollin'
post #1690 of 3369
Anyone for a Hermes designed apartment?

The Marq
Singapore
2012










post #1691 of 3369
they should stick to wallets, scarves, and gaudy ties
post #1692 of 3369
Their $17,000 folding bench is nice.



They had one of their servants bring me one of these while I waited for my fiancee' to shop last time. It was actually really nice. Same with the rest of their furniture, really nice and insanely expensive. I think they keep it in the store to help you rationalize the handbags.
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 5/16/13 at 9:58am
post #1693 of 3369
Nothing builds my expectations for failure like a "designer interior." The building itself looks pretty decent itself though, if they could just tone the wallpaper and ugly furnishings down a bit.
post #1694 of 3369
I'm gonna have my Edwardian refurbished by John Varvatos!! bounce2.gif
post #1695 of 3369
backyard office/recording studio:

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