“Are you looking for a Venice summer beach house? Are you a fan of Frank Gehry and corrugated metal? Are you willing to overpay for beach proximity and architectural pedigree? Then you may be interested in renting Frank Gehry’s 1980 Spiller House apartment. The house is actually two units, with a two-story rental apartment in the front and the owner’s own four-story residence in the back. The house has solar panels, angled skylights and is sheathed in corrugated metal siding. The listing for this one-bedroom, two bath apartment also mentions a beach shower, a fireplace, dumbwaiter and it’s just a half block to the beach. Monthly rent: $4,150.”
Here are all three boned-garments that I sketched for the class assignment. I picked the one in the center (corset vest) to construct. The finished garment is posted just before this one. (I wanted to construct the corset dress w/ boned neck brace, but my professor advised against it. Wasn’t enough time…. I’ll get to it soon enough.