Hefferlin + Kronenberg Architects: From the inception of this important urban design commission we recognized that the design objectives for the shuttle stops went beyond the making of shelters. Paramount in our thinking was defining the shuttle route visually, giving it a comprehensible structure by making identifiable landmarks at each stop. Thus the shelters serve the users primarily as navigational tools within the city as well as shelter from the elements.
We all want the dreamy bedroom set up that we see in stores like Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Pottery Barn – you know, everything perfectly in place, decor that looks like it appeared straight out of a magazine, and furniture that clearly cost an arm and a leg. Unfortunately, we don’t all have the money to achieve these goals. Here’s something I learned when I moved out of my parent’s house this past year: every single piece of home decor or furniture is expensive AF.