Monday, April 27, 2015
I'm not quite sure how I completely forgot about these photos I took back in February but, needless to say I did forget them. This was from the Shemer Art Gallery's annual micro-dwelling display. Visitors get to tour these tiny living and working spaces and try to contemplate how they could live in such a small space.
I thought this one was interesting with it's colorful plastic cubes. They were translucent so you could see lots of colorful light inside when the sun hit them.
This one was divided into two sections, kitchen facility on one side and sleeping facility on the other with an open air living space in between. It's always interesting to look at these tiny homes. Down-sizing is good but, these are very, very small. I think they might be a little too small for me. Where would I put my 6 remaining sets of china? (I got rid of four sets when I moved. Yes I know, crazy!)