Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Typing in the Patio Room



Post-Script: I'm certain there's a science to making rooms inviting and peaceful, informed by both western and eastern traditions. Perhaps it's the light, the shape of the space or the arrangement of doorways and windows, but you can immediately sense the "feel" of a space the moment you enter. I'm amazed how skilled architects can convert their vision into plan sets for builders to follow, because to us neophytes it's hard to visualize the finished product from a mere elevation or floor plan. Our budget for this project did not permit us the luxury of 3-D rendering, so I can't comment about its effectiveness, but thus far we're pleased with how the room is progressing.

Photo via Lumix G5. This article started as I was seated in the blue patio chair, thinking about how it would look as a photo staged with a lone typewriter on a tray table. And in case you were wondering, it's not the most comfortable chair for typing, as you either have to lean forward to reach the table or place the typewriter in your lap, which is how I ended up finishing the piece.


Blogger Tom Hitt said...

Great observations. The world is always being manipulated by this higher order mammal. Why not make it comfy?

8:13 PM  
Blogger Ted said...

Nice space! Man Cave *and* a patio room. The spaces we carve are our joy. (:

9:15 AM  
Blogger Phil said...

Are the walls still open? If yes, double the number of electric outlets. You'll never regret having too many. Call me the extension cord guy. My house was built in 1954, with only 2 per room.

6:36 PM  

Post a Comment

Have a comment? I'll post your comment after I read it.


Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home