The Wilkinson Residence
(Image: Images: Robert Harvey Oshatz/The Wilkinson Residence House Tour)
It would be like entering through a convex lens...
I think it would look better in a public space (is it? I don't know), for a home it seems like kind of a massive waste of space however.
Something about this makes me think of an airport, or a public aquarium.
Well, if you are going to go for this extreme modern architecture, you really shouldn't ruin it with a lot of old fashioned, traditional decor (grandfather clock, wall to wall carpet, weird smocked child sculpture).
It reminds me of a hobbit house, so viewed in that vein, the grandfather clock doesn't look out of place.
Nothing personal--it's not my thing. It feels more like a submarine that it does a home to me in this picture. And the elements don't work together for me.
I think it looks beautiful... not a waste of space at all with that little seat to rest on and to look towards the outside.
I think we'd see how the door integrates a lot better than we can here if there were more pictures of the house. The upstairs ceiling and window curves give a hint.And the chinese have some circular portals---this one photo suggests a fascinating place----
Interesting but...not for me. I took me a while to figure out where the door was, I was trying to figure out why the front door was so narrow until I realized it was a clock.
cripes! You don't want to have anything to drink when you walk through there!
Yeah, definitely the entrance to a modern hobbit hole.But hobbit holes rule, so that's fine.
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