I’ve been thinking a lot about the idea that doors are not just a division of physical spaces, but of psychological states.
First update of the house we’re building. I also list 5 books that I’m reading tied loosely around the phenomenology of spaces.
Emil Ruder wrote an essay called “On drinking tea, typography, historicism, symmetry and asymmetry”
This summer, I’ve been really enjoying taking care of my modest little garden (if you can even call it that) and a few houseplants.
A short review and discussion of this book, which comes with it’s own beautiful & moving New York Times documentary.
“I love not having a hierarchy between materials. For example, I find plastic bags so precious somehow”