I really like the main photo with the shoes, it's creative and represents the occupant and her interests. I also think it makes sense to photograph some of the detail choices that make up her space- that is part of the design and her style- this is AT, not Architectural Digest! It's a small space, it may be difficult to get sweeping view photos and a studio is only one room plus kitchen and bath. To critique someone (not the photo editor's choices, but the individual) who puts herself out there for how many shoes she has or that she blocked a door with her couch (the space is ONLY 400sq. ft!) etc. well, it comes off as very petty and tactless.
Krystal's San Francisco Studio House Tour
|3/29/12 9:04 PM|
it's a joke, yes?
Apartment Therapy Boston | Hot or Not? Sunday Lounger / Trunk
|5/15/09 9:35 PM|
To suggest that it is 'cruel' for children to live in a small space (especially in a city with excellent education systems, parks, cultural events and access) is over the top. In the US, we have so much investment in private space and much less in the public space and many social systems are in need of serious overhaul. Considering putting more funds into spaces that everyone can access and not living a wasteful, ecologically unsound life (having huge homes with unused rooms in need of 'filling' with needless items and heating and cooling) is 'cruel' to children.??.ah, disappointing...people CAN leave the home and get outdoor exercise.. maybe if more US children had to vacate the TV and gaming room and exercise there would not be as many childhood health issues.. an alternative perspective to consider....
Apartment Therapy DC | Survey: How Big (or Small) Was Your Childhood Home?
|5/10/09 10:24 PM|
somehow suffocating in plastic seems less than an appealing design or 'eco -conscious' choice...
Apartment Therapy Boston | Green Warrior Shower Curtains
|4/22/09 3:22 PM|