May 29, 2003
I was a charter subscriber of Dwell Magazine, and I still love to page through architecture and design magazines. I eagerly await Paul Goldberger’s architecture criticism in the New Yorker. Just as I was finishing my evening perusal of the pages of the Wall Street Journal, I happened upon this:
[The] firm just won a competition sponsored by Dwell, a three-year-old shelter magazine for the Ikea set, to design a way-cool modular house for a couple of newlyweds near Chapel Hill, N.C., on a $200,000 budget.I’ll start tomorrow to scout Chapel Hill for the location of this house. If you read my earlier post about my dream of a unique backyard playset for my children, here’s another piece of my dream home: I want a stunning example of modern architecture. Maybe modular will be the way to go …
...since it seems that Erin and I fall into the lowest tax bracket, the one that made headlines today because the generous Republicans decided just before the gavel to begin the Leave Many Children Behind policy.
Anton Zuiker ☄
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