Sunday, June 30, 2013

Apartment made of 25,000 ping pong balls

Daniel Arsham's apartment in Brooklyn is the only pint-sized place we've ever wanted to live in. It's a mere 90 square feet, that's about big enough to fit a toothbrush, but the decor's so sleek and minimal, we'd trade in our own sardine can in a heartbeat. The apartment's a loft attached to the offices of Snarkitecture, the cool-kid architecture firm where Arsham is a partner, and it's basically just a room that serves two functions: sleeping and dressing. But oh, what a room it is. The walls look like great big, pixelated screens that fade from gray to white as you approach the ceiling. On closer inspection, the pixels are actually ping-pong balls -- a whopping 25,000 of ‘em

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