Couture Carrie recently featured a snapshot of this lovely, jewel box of an apartment shown in Architectural Digest, and it reminded me of nothing so much as a three dimensional Mondrian. Care to live in a work of art?

Composition No. 10. 1939-42

Architect Lee F. Mindel designed the space, resplendent with "views and light."

And speaking of high-wire acts, here is a featured home in the NYTimes - a dreamscape set in Seattle's stratosphere. Fitting that children live there, since it strikes me as a the figment of a child's imagination - dwelling high above the city like the man in the moon - in a pyramid of glass and light. Who could resist that? Well, everything except the 35 story elevator ride...

How would you like to live on top of the world?


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