Sunday, March 21, 2010

The end of the interweb

One of my greatest strengths is my ability to procrastinate.  When there are dishes to be done, laundry to launder and groceries to get, I have a great propensity to pass the time doing anything but.  The most common method of procrastination is my quest to 'find the end of the interweb' as Josh would say.

On a recent interweb expedition I found a few really awesome things....

1. A kitchen island in a Parisian apartment comprised of 20,000 lego pieces. LOVE IT! (Dwell Magazine)

2. If I could swap homes for a week/month/year I'd pick this houseboat on the Thames where author Josie Curran resides with her boyfriend and dog. The slideshow notes that the owners go for a swim every morning, although I have a hard time imagining they can do this year round...

The slideshow can be found at:

3. How cool is this? Radim Kralik and his wife, Barbora Kralikova and their two children make their home in a concrete box situated atop a grain silo in the Czech Republic.  Kralik bought the silo 11 years ago for about $10,000, intending to use the building for his business. Six years and $1 million later, their home was built on top of it.

1 comment:

Sylvia said...

wow.. i love the lego countertop too! amazing stuff!