All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. This playful design by Aranguren & Gallegos Architects is a reminder that a key component to architecture is fun. I've had the chance to work with many different people in many different places and circumstances, and I think there's a little too much talk of "right" or "wrong" in most discussions. I think the profession could use a healthy dose of, say, ambivalent triangle facade puzzles. Doing something strictly for the fun of it is highly underrated. Many designers feel that they are above such childishness, but I look at this project and think that there can be an elegance born of this kind of playful design. It's something I hope we can all turn to a little more often, enjoy.
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