All in the Family may not be in the memory of many people under the age of 40 unless they watch TV Land, but it brings up a key idea of masculine home design. Men should have their own space, but it doesn’t always matter the exact square footage of that space. While it is pretty much indisputable that women control the home these day (A fact I will continue to fight against), men need to put their foot down where they can, and the 9 square feet that a “man-chair” occupies is a great place to start. Continue reading
I posted news his morning that made me considerably unhappy. The home from the Iron Man movies is not real, seeing as building on Point Dume in Malibu is illegal. While a similar home exists in San Diego, it doesn’t feel the same as the cliff side home from the films. After a period of browsing Scarlett Johannson pictures for comfort, I decided to inform people both that:
A) The house was a 3-Dimensional Computer Generated Image and that I shouldn’t wire my $25 million to anyone.
B) I am really late to the game. That movie came out about five years ago and I am just finding this out now. Continue reading
So, when I did my usual browsing of The Chive this morning, I saw this post claiming that the house from Iron Man was for sale for a cool $25 million. I was pretty excited, thinking that I would be able to write a quick post similar to my write-up on the Ben-Rose house from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Not to mention the fact that I would be able to post another picture of Scarlett Johansson in the black cat suit.
However, after a little more research, this turns out to be a hoax. There is no MLS listing on the home because it does not exist. Go ahead and take a look here, here, and here. The home was created with CGI and 3D modeling and placed on Point Dume. Jon Favreau, the director of the film even said “It’s sort of like the best spot and nobody is allowed to build there, so we put a digital house there.” Continue reading