Two Rooms Approaching Perfection
I stayed in the perfect two-room guest apartment tonight. One room had a bed, a cabinet, a small table, a desk and a chair. The other room had a sink, a shower, and a toilet. Having everything necessary (except the odd tool) in such a small space seemed idyllic. I've heard such architecture described as minimalist (by those who like it) or Stalinist (by those who don't). I'm not sure where I fit in that spectrum, but, once again, who cares?
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