Monday, May 18, 2009

A Neat And Tidy Residence In 'The Flower-Box Building'

This apartment is in the 'Flower Box Building' in Manhattan.


The furniture opens and closes back into the walls as if it were a Swiss Army Knife.
"A wall of ivy was planted along the interior balcony that overlooks the living area. Directly below the garden is a shallow, 12-foot-long reflecting pool, where goldfish dart just below the surface."
I am a real sucker when it comes to English Ivy. I think this ivy covered wall, and the indoor pond are just wild, clever, and certainly unexpected. I love love love love it !

If I were a kid living in or visiting this place ... I would be dropping a 'Super Ball' off that kitchen balcony, and bouncing it back up to try and catch it ...and do it all over again.
Does anybody out there in the blog-osphere 
remember ' super balls ?'...They would bounce crazy high....

Not to mention , these are polished concrete floors.
Excellent for bouncing a Super Ball.
Come on people, get playful, maybe even a little mischievous. 
It will keep you young and happier than you were before the mischief.
Nothing like a good giggle to get the blood flowing in the right direction.

(Neat and Tidy Living, The Flower Box Building in NYC)
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8 comments:

  1. I love the ivy wall.
    Super balls were the best...I think my boys have some.
    Ness xx

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  2. I love that apt! The ivy has the added bonus of being the most air purifying house plant you can own! When I moved into my place, which was new construction, I bought a small topiary of ivy -it did it's job but unfortately absorbed so many of the toxins it DIED! scary! Better it than me!

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  3. I DO remember super balls! I am such a blond girl and could never catch! Where do you find all of these great places...the fold up furniture....interesting! I do like the ivy and I'm with you, love love love English Ivy!
    Blessings Girl...

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  4. I adore that fabulous wall of ivy! I had a blue super ball in about 1967. It was the BEST. I haven't thought of them in ages. :^)

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  5. This is one cool pad Renee! Yes as the mother of 5 boys I've had very intimate relationships with Superballs & Slinkies over the years!
    Millie ^_^

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  6. millie,

    yes....and i was sooo tom boy-ish.
    ...and mischievious.
    ...just as your sons may still be .

    xx

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  7. This is hilarious awesome place. I would stay inside the whole day, bouncing the super balls *giggles...

    You rock, girl!

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  8. Gorgeous apt.
    I'm dying over those steel windows.
    I think my kids and I would be dropping a bunch of super balls in there!

    xo
    Brooke

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Design Challenges are great.

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