Surreal Estate
The New York Times posted a slideshow over the weekend of this house designed by artist Roy McMakin. McMakin is responsible for the oversize typewriter eraser, ampersand and concrete benches in Seattle's Olympic Scuplture Park, and the house he designed for k.d. lang's personal manager is no less an installation art piece.

The Vashon Island home typifies McMakin's obsession with "blurring the lines between art and architecture," as articulated by New York Times contributor Pilar Viledas.

The article and accompanying slideshow are an excellent read.

Via: Slog

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