Nature vs. Nurture: A Critique of Couch Cushion Architecture

Nature vs. Nurture: A Critique of Couch Cushion Architecture

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Ronee Saroff
May 5, 2010

Is good design made or born? The folks at BUILDblog have been analyzing the living room fort scene, and they've determined something early childhood specialists have known for quite some time: Couch cushion architecture established the basic building blocks of our design logic.

"A brilliant synergy between the weighted foundation and the light tensile structure, this project impressed us with its attenuation of structure and bright interior spaces. Grade A+"

Fans of Unhappy Hipsters will find these humorous architectural critiques equally amusing. But after reading the full post, not only did I gain a new appreciation of my child's native design sense, I couldn't wait to get the cushions off and start building!

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Via: Build Blog | Couch Cushion Architecture; A Critical Analysis

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