Too small; did not enter.
art, tiny house, the marriage was built to last but the house was built too small, san francisco, southern exposure, Jenny Chapman, Mark A. Reigelman II, sculpture
When I first moved to New York I was shown an apartment about that size, but it looked on to an airshaft. So I envy the San Franciscans.
@George Templeton Strong I was just about to say - in SF, that's an art exhibition. In NYC, it'd be a $2,000/month "studio with view."
@George Templeton Strong Don't envy too much - if that tiny house were for rent you'd have to show up with your stock portfolio and a deposit of gold bricks to get it. Which is to say, don't relocate for the real estate (or move to Oakland)...
@roadtrips Also it would be leased within ten minutes of being listed on Craigslist or you would show up and there would be a line out the door to apply.
@roadtrips This seems like a higher cost of living competition. Why not move to Oakland? You can have a yard and a porch where it's sunnier. Actually never mind, it's so dangerous. You don't want to move here. (I like my rent where it is.)
But, but--anything could be up there! A witch with a tooth-necklace! Elves! A bear?
I'd heard that melis had moved to the city.
It's like one building giving birth to another building.
Aw. I still want to live in the sphere house, though!
It's kind of brillant though. I mean, the side of a building! You could build a whole treehouse city out there! And get sun for your plants, it would be like living in a canyon!
How is it held on? Magnets?
And on Fridays you can rappel down to Le Central and have lunch with Mayor Willie! Win-win!
I love it! When I was a kid I was obsessed with this sign near my house for a realtor. The sign was like a mini-house, made of real windows and doors and siding and shingles, but only a couple feet thick. I always wanted to go inside even though my parents insisted that I would never fit inside. I wish I had a picture of it!
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