Thursday, August 3, 2017

No Fixed Function

Eighteenth-century domestic architecture perceived an interior as a series of boxes with no dedicated use. That's a straightforward and effective way to get the most out of one's cubic feet. I find that concentrating storage of small articles in the least appealing room on each floor of the house allows me to reconfigure a space in minutes. Not the least advantage of the approach is the reduction in stress it affords -30-

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