My Top5 This Week
by Sally / January 17, 2011


My problem with cold, characterless contemporary architecture is that I always want to make out with it.



A Sunday review by Sally.


1. Casa De Uno by Dear Architects

Look at you, Casa De Uno. With your fine self. I love the way you move across the dance floor. And your beautiful concrete stairs that probably don't have a railing. You so fine.


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2. Geometric Knot Theory by Matt W. Moore

I don't know why, but this weekend's theme is me advocating ingesting peyote and then reading MOCO LOCO. I've never even tried peyote (and never will - I'm too old for that s**t), but I hear it's the shortest and most insane trip ever. Can you imagine befriending this art after your high kicked in? "vectorfunk graphic posters inspired by classic Rorschach tests." Are you f**king kidding me? This is basically a Harry S. Thompson article.


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3. Sleepy Chair by Daisuke Motogi

I know the designer thinks this chair "provides a space of warmth and happiness," but let's keep it real. Happiness is being able to stretch your legs out and not worry about spilling your coffee on your white upholstery.


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4. Fungi Lamp Series by Andreas Kowalewski

I don't want to romanticize drug use, but this would be so cool on acid. Granted, I'm currently not on any mind-altering substances and this lamp series is pretty fantastic. But if I did drop some hallucinogens (I'm speaking for a friend) it would be oh so much cooler. P.S. The nylon webbing is blowing my mind.


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5. Weather Inside by Tijmen van Gurp

I have no idea what the f**k this is (the artist statement is cryptic), but it looks like a weapon from the future. Into it!


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