Monday, October 13, 2014

Luxembourg House by Richard Meier

Barbie is a fan of modern clean lines that create a symbiotic space without unnecessary chaos. Similar to the lines in Dreamhouses, life offers you chances to draw, cross and blur the lines. Now you must realize crossing lines sometimes is great fun but it doesn't always guarantee for a nice time in life but it always works in architecture. 

Lately this doll finds that some of her favorite Kens have been a bit lax in their judgement of what lines to let others cross into their life and it's affecting her life still. It's inappropriate for this doll to be bombarded by anyone's personal affairs... Including the untrue words being said to her about any Ken & having to tolerate fake/feigned friendships with dolls. It's especially difficult when one of  your favorite people can do nothing to stop others from crossing the line. Sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands to protect your privacy without interfering in others lives. 

So where do you go when dolls continually cross the lines in life and your favorite people can do nothing to stop it?

A house with clean lines... built with privacy in mind.

luxembourg house by richard meier 

Built with privacy and seclusion in mind the home is positioned on a sloped, wooded site in a rural area of luxembourg, as a private house stands as a glass prism featuring distinct spatial zones. Designed by architect Richard Meier the L-shaped residence offers both privacy and seclusion, as well as panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. opaque cladding envelops the dwelling on the south and east sides, protecting the property from the passing street and neighboring buildings, and anchoring the structure to the plot.

Would you protect your privacy in this clean designed house?

Barbie would!
Kisses, m.

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