I can’t stop looking at it!!!
Moooommm! I’m lost again!
“Another Pleasant Valley Sunday.”
Next door to the McEschers
Life is an illusion – Joe Walsh.
Stay for a day, or a lifetime.
A neighborhood created by a developer that was in a relapse after he studied art in rehab.
Escher, the architect of this fine town….
Quite a few housing developments are illusory, or at least their names are. There is an article in The Atlantic magazine which mentions: “[a development named] ‘Saddle Ridge’ with no horses, a ‘Paradise Park’ with no park, a ‘Three Rivers Crossing’ miles from the nearest river, and a ‘Canyon Lakes’ built on a dry hill. [Another] one riffs on street names, reporting a ‘Crabapple Lane’ linking two grim industrial parks, and a plot of McMansions where the streets are named ‘Great Muskrat’, ‘Wooded Bog’, ‘Wild Turkey’, and ‘Nesting Duck’…”
Love the truth in advertising. Rare these days. Rare from day one of advertising, come to think of it.
Which house is Eschers???
Are they condos or houses? Or both?
Looks like Portland… densified!
He’s got some high-rises going there. NICE!
M C Escher must have had a side hustle as a Community Planner.
So that’s what living on top of each other looks like.
MC Escher goes suburban.