Freshcut, do you work in the Industry? If so we've likely crossed paths at some point.
ETF: exactly. You can't blame it all on the client, but you can't force the client to build something they don't want either.
I was going to buy those lights for my kitchen, but then realized that would make a total of 8 lights in the open space with black shades and that was too morose even for me.
I could be down with that light treatment for bedside tables if they got rid of the headboard, sculpture and the rug. Possibly the side tables as well. And maybe the bed. So pretty much everything.
In Nicaragua shopping for houses. Ready to kill vacation home architects.
Architect: So here I acid washed the concrete to make it feel like it's been kissed by the setting sun.
Me: A good coat of paint should take care of it.
Half the stuff is designed for retiring americans, so functional, but ugly as shit.
The other half is designed for retiring americans with no money, so dysfunctional and ugly as shit.
Saw a hacienda I liked but it came with horses and I have no Wrangler jeans.
Oh well, nice vacation at any rate.
That house is a mess. it sort of screams "look at me, I am so modern, I have angles" and then it's just out of proportion, the angular front end does not work together, the square and rectangular shapes look like thrown together without a concept. it also screams "look at me, i want to be minimal" but there are too many materials. The interior spaces look convoluted, the stairs look like a after-thought gimmick for attention.
No wonder, a British shit box that looks exactly the same is in the driveway.
Frankly, the wooden light over the table is the best thing in and on it.
The house that was posted before that, on the other hand is a completely different story ...