Thursday, June 11, 2009
Cantilevered balcony and steps, sliding shoji screens.
This is a detail from the project that we (Otis and I) built for Meg Gurnon, a client on Beacon Hill in Boston. The idea was that everything was floating, suspended or hovering ... the floating world. It became such an intensely spiritual space. Some day I'll tell the whole strange story and reveal some serious design secrets ... or not.
Posted by Tales of a Seaside Inn at 9:09 PM