Thursday, October 7, 2010

Surreal Estate - Domestic Architecture

I ran across Domestic Architecture and their work completely blew my mind!
So good, it manages to be fresh and traditional and confounding all at the same time.

Says the NY Times: "Roy McMakin, the artist-designer who is based in Seattle, is famous for tweaking archetypes of domesticity, from wing chairs to cottages, and blurring the lines between art and architecture in a variety of captivating and disquieting ways."

Great work, bravo!
Dutch door, LOVE

Can you say American Gothic, above?
He said he wanted it to look like the home in the Wizard of Oz - after the tornado.

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