Couch Cushion Architecture: A Critical Analysis

BUILD takes a serious look at dozen of structures built from couch cushions in a two-part post. Each are carefully graded. For the above fort:
The crisp, clean, white planes, drawing clear influences from Richard Meier, are balanced with a splash of color offered by the roof membrane. The disciplined interiors offer relief to the eyes with a subtle yet intentional blue tone. Grade B+

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Adam: This could be trouble.
Riley: We better make a fort.
Adam: I'll get some pillows.

I loved making pillow forts. My parents had that wooden "this end up" crate-style furniture with giant foam cushions that made great walls, and had an open-weave knitted blanket which was like that military camouflage netting. Except orange and brown...
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