Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
instead of a Valve Index?
“Will I manage to hit ‘Trash’ on this email notification right before the contents load and I have to scroll through half a dozen screenfuls of spam to reach the button?”
THREAD: So, most people associate Japanese design with either cute kitsch or zen-like minimalism, but its much more diverse, & 1 of my particular fav periods was the architecture of its 80-90s boom era; wild, strange & incredibly diverse, & unique in world architectural history
Hiroyuki Wakabayashi‘s Humax Pavilion, Shibuya, Tokyo, 1993
Shin Takamatsu‘s Pharaoh Dental Clinic in Kyoto from 1984…
This beautiful photo is by David Ewen
The brilliantly sinister, end-of-days M2 building by Kengo Kuma in Tokyo from 1991 (I still think his best Building). It was originally a car showroom but is now, more aptly, a funeral home
Photo from the architect’s site
Acheter une nouvelle casserole et ne pas être capable de doser correctement ce qu’on cuisine pendant quinze jours 🤦🏻♂️