We decided to take an afternoon this week to take some photographs of the 100k as it is currently being lived in by Chad, Courtney and Teague. It was a good time hampered only by a tired Teague and my very limited photography stills. Despite those limitatios, we think we got some pretty good shots that illustrate one way to use the flexible space our LOFT model provides. Here are a few of my favorites and there are plenty more on our Flickr page.
These images were somewhat inspired by our new found fascination with the Unhappy Hipsters site. So, if you have any captions you would like to give us for these pictures, have at it in the comments. I think you might come up with some particularly good ones for this pic (it already makes me laugh) . . .
I would like to remind all of you of those who have helped us out with artwork and furniture throughout the house. Artists Jon Olivieri, Chris Clarke, Marie DesMarais, Sam Wittchen, Matthew Hollerbush and Bruce Reinfeld have art featured in the 100k. Fosters was a great help in furnishing the house, as were specific designers like Kaleo Kala (kitchen stools), Bench Dog Design (reclaimed wood table) and my father Curt Darling (still need to make the man a website) who made the birch ply cat box you see in the corner of the above picture. We highly recommend the work of all of these people and thank them for their involvement.
If you have any questions or comments on the pictures you know where to put them.
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