Couch Cushion Architecture; A Critical Analysis

At first glance the composition appears unintentional and the construction shoddy. But further investigation reveals a clear delineation between indoor/outdoor space with a design focus on protection through the use of barrier. Planes are shifted off the orthogonal to accommodate function; as a side effect it relieves inhabitants from a harsh Euclidian geometry. Grade B

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  1. Au contraire. At first glance this appears to be the image of a boy silk-screened onto a couch cushion. At second glance it’s all that other stuff.

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