Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by cedric, Dec 13, 2007.
i could imagine the breeze to be a little overwhelming at times
that high up, it'd be useless in most cities except during calm summer nights...but that alone might make it worth it for parties
for your guests to fucking walk out the window?
my apartment on the 5th floor has windows on two sides since i'm a corner, I don't use screens, hella breezy
watch out man, u might get blown away from the breeze..better hold on to something.
he wears lead boots around the house
One of my profs has all garage doors for windows in his studio. I freaking love it.
I can dig it for an apartment like that
what about bees flying in
the new must have party house feature
but look in the 2nd pic theres still glass?
maybe he can put tint on it or something
this has been done before... though not necessarily with garage doors.
Metal Shutter Houses in Chelsea, NYC
yeah, no it hasn't. The building I posted was already built when this thing was still in the planning stages
do people leap off balconies at rooftop parties? you're acting as if this building's missing a whole wall. It's just got windows that retract a different way
that would be cool with a jetpack
or a zipline
I'm working on the principle that my best friend broke her nose by walking into a glass door in my house.
When people are drunk their glass vs. lack of glass perception goes down the drain.
Plus I could see someone sitting on that ledge or something retarded like that.
it's for the new 200 000 hoverjets
architects shouldn't be prevented from innovating because your friends are retarded
the architect that designed one of my uni's libraries commited suicide after it was revealed his building was a huge failure, ugly and was sinking because he forgot to account for the books.
basically what i'm trying to say is that he had installed one of these it would've made the entire suicide process easier