Thursday, April 19, 2012


There is something so universally appealing about forts for kids. I think Columbia architecture professor Janet Foster summed it up well in todays New York Times article The Walls Came Tumbling Down when she said " Little kids don't have permanent control over their spaces. They can make a little space. It's about having their space, taking control of it. Fundamentally, that's what architecture is all about."

I love these pictures from photographer Mark Lund's series"Living Room Fort" capturing kids at play in their own little worlds.

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