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Looks like a Russian mobster's orgy room.
post #2327 of 3634
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I always loved this for inspiration for a killer bachelor pad.  It feels like it challenges convential norms in a very Margiela-esque way, which I love.  I would just like to see this done in all white and sans railing.

Fuck you, diva boy.
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Oh, dear.
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Originally Posted by 1400Hoodie View Post

I always loved this for inspiration for a killer bachelor pad.  It feels like it challenges convential norms in a very Margiela-esque way, which I love.  I would just like to see this done in all white and sans railing.
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Avant-garde vibez.  Damien Hirst would approve.

It's funny when pretentious people are also really fucking dumb.
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Leaving aside the appearance of the room, I don't understand the practical usage. The pool (?) zig-zags, has a bench in it, and then has auxiliary pools beside it. What gives?

It's like a water park. But avant garde. And rapey.
post #2331 of 3634
It does look like the kind of place where you would want to make your own drink and hover your hand over it.
Edited by SkinnyGoomba - 10/5/13 at 8:01am
post #2332 of 3634
Where's your sense of adventure?
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It's like a water park. But avant garde. And rapey.

 

Take away the windows and it is reminiscent of the spa level at FKK Artemis. 

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http://blog.gessato.com/2013/09/11/skyhouse-by-david-hotson/

 

I like this. Apart from the giant radioactive mercury colon in the kids' room. 

 

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http://gizmodo.com/9-winning-super-structures-from-the-world-architecture-1441367733
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Do not want.
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Saw this today. Obviously the facade is some code issue, but why this way?
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Because the game is on and nobody gives a fuck.
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 The Thorncrown Chapel, located near Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is a beautiful and unexpected sanctuary found among tall trees. 

Designed by architect E. Fay Jones, an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright, this non-denominational wooden chapel is open to anyone who wants to use it, whether for weddings, Sunday services or just a quiet spot to think.

Raising majestically into the forest canopy, it stands at a soaring 48 feet—it also features 425 windows and over 6,000 square feet of glass in its construction. 

 

 

 

 

 

lefty

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