I ran across a blog today, Chronic Tea, written by someone that obviously fancies the Wigwam Building. I am thinking that it may be one of the new owners of Unit D. I had to read many of her posts before finding that clue. And I think it is a her, but maybe not.
This is my favorite Atlanta view. Isn’t it amazing? It is the view as seen from Freedom Parkway and Boulevard.
When I was building out my lofts on Krog Street I watched as this house was being built. I had heard that it had been a little warehouse that had once housed a car repair business. The owner bought it and fought to be able to build on to it. I have always have loved it and would look at it and wonder what it was like looking out from within. I have watched over time how the the trees and gardens on the decks have matured. Mine at Krog Street have too.
Just found a terrific website for a terrific company, Crestview Doors that specializes in making doors for mid-century homes. Love It, Love it! They are located in Austin, Texas. Their website showcases a lot of mid-century design, including a picture of my living room at 130 Krog Street (so you see, I know they have great taste).
There is a fantastic nursery, Grower’s Outlet out in Loganville, Georgia that has the best prices around and a really nice selection of plants. They have things that you’re not going to find at your local Home Depot and if you did they would be double in price.
I thought I was an artist/builder but this couple ,seventy one year old Architect, Arakawa and his partner and wife, Madeline Gins, are really out there. They have designed and built homes and other buildings that they believe defy aging and its consequences by basically taxing your senses and creating an in-home obstacle courses. They […]
Well it sure feels like I am giving them away! Since the two Wigwam Annex units were completed in October, I have reduced them $50,000 each. That is $100,000 off my bottom line -which actually wasn’t much of a line anymore. I mean, this is a great deal and although people say they love them […]
After seeing photos of La Boca barrio, in Buenos Aires, I just had to see it myself. La Boca was the seaport here until Puerto Mudera. Back in the day the poor working class people who lived there painted their homes with all sorts of paints that they got from the ship yards. The explanation […]