10 July 2017

Suspended in Time

I'm drawn to the sense of emptiness in this kitchen. The stacked plates, the lack of wall cabinets, the improbably low-hanging chandelier, the mirror that reflects nothing—all point to an absence that's curiously compelling on this hot summer day, when the city is noticeably less crowded.


  1. The kitchen's four-color palette works hard to hold the actors in the space in line, but it just can not bring harmony to eclectic use of style.

    1. thank you for your comment, john. does eclecticism require absolute harmony?


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