Thursday, March 2, 2017

Casa 2017

I don't skate, but I have spent hours contemplating the swooping Sixties roof of an abandoned grocery store from the upper story of a nearby apartment building. Recently a lighting specialist shared my appreciation of the inherent value of electrical illumination as an interior design asset.

I am just learning about adapting an interior to make the most of sound, and it seems obvious that, like lighting, audio is an underrated aspect of housing. Even the most cursory and ill-informed exploration of the sound quality of a space turns up fundamental considerations, like having irregular surfaces.

It's tempting to conclude that a viable contemporary interior would be designed to suit a skater who plays guitar and is a skilled photographer -30-

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