details, crawl space

Posted on Oct 24, 2011 in architecture, Atlanta, buildings, interiors, urbanism | One Comment

In the north, houses have basements. Basements imply permanence, settlement, a rooting of house to the earth below by tons of concrete. We claim the land we live on first by digging a gigantic hole, and spend the rest of our lives filling up that hole with stuff we can’t stand the idea of losing ...

happy halloween

There is a difference between spookiness and bad lighting. Technically, these images and video may count as the latter, though if you were a child and forced to spend an evening down there by yourself, I imagine it could be quite terrifying. But I’m getting ahead of myself. The 34-storey apartment building where I will ...