beds of the
inside and the 70's,
and Jason Miller.
“a landscape architecture of carpeted boxes.”
Mr. Miller looked to the design of the 1970s, he said, which had “a populist luxury: polyester, Pop Art, plastic.” He was also fond of the era’s wall-to-wall carpeting, which migrated from houses in suburban America to sunken living rooms in SoHo. “This was glamorous at the time,” he said. “Taking references from the common home and making them luxurious, in a silly kind of way.”
And so Mr. Miller’s apartment became an ode to the carpeted sunken living room: the 250-square-foot living area is organized around a platform raised on the perimeter and sunken in the middle; on the side near the kitchen counter, it rises high enough to function as a bench.
Mr. Miller describes it as “a landscape architecture of carpeted boxes.”
taken from here...
Portrait of a bed pt 16
beds from the inside.