Monday, September 30, 2013
architecture as nonfiction
This space could end up being important. Or maybe not. From the point of view of pure space, it scores very high marks--broad spans, high ceiling, robust structure. From the point of view of functional adaptability, it requires money, patience, and motivation. The location is bad, but we like to hope that if we build it, someone will come--a few hundred people a week, or something along those lines.
That's all the information I can give out right now. In other news I made a purchase this weekend that is forcing me to think about space planning in my own home. We'll see how it goes.