Friday, May 31, 2013

Gomi House 2




A little farther up the block is a second house that puts the first one to shame.







I think this sink is just here for decoration...

2 comments:

zillustration said...

I know many avid gardeners use a sink like that one outside when planting and repotting flowers. The sinks do not have permanent plumbing, but use the garden hose or bucket to wash. Likewise, the used water runs out the bottom and onto the ground or into another bucket for garden use. Very cool and eclectic houses!

TSOTE said...

Thanks for dropping by and for the clarification. The weird thing about this second house is that the street-level floor is empty. You can look through the windows (partly visible the extreme right of the first photo) and the room inside looks like an abandoned game room, coffee shop or construction office. There's nothing in there, just the plywood walls and frames, but from the depth of the dust, it hasn't been used in years, if not decades.