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Noted In Passing: So, you’d like a corner office?

Made by Shozy (@sshhozzy) • Instagram

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  • ghostsniper January 22, 2022, 4:49 AM


    • Mike Austin January 22, 2022, 4:17 PM

      Ghost: You’re an architect. So tell me: Does that addition seem safe? Why? There are some engineering concepts in that “corner office” that I do not understand. Would you have an office in such an addition?

      • ghostsniper January 22, 2022, 6:20 PM

        Could be safe Mike, don’t have enough information from that pik.
        The part that is sticking out in midair is called a “cantilever condition”.
        The part that was there all along is called the span, but we can’t tell from the pik how long the span is. The basic rule of thumb is, you can cantilever up to 1/3 of the span.
        Just a guess, that the lowest level cantilever protrudes out from the wall about 20 feet.
        So, the floor joists that support that cantilever must go back into the existing span at least 60 feet. 1/3 of 60 = 20.

        The hovering one is a little bit different, but still doable.
        In architecture all things are possible, if you have enough money.

  • Double on Tundra January 22, 2022, 10:26 AM

    What we have right here is an illustration of government policies solving the homeless problem.

  • nunnya bidnez, jr January 22, 2022, 8:12 PM

    sorry to burst your bubbles…
    it’s not photoshopped;
    it’s trompe-l’oeil.

    do you see the link under the pic?
    “Made by Shozy (@sshhozzy) • Instagram ”
    Go there, look for the link:

    “Shozy, whose real name is Danila Shmelev, was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1989.
    From childhood, he felt an urge to draw. Upon discovering the first graffiti in Moscow, he felt a wild energy in this artistic and visual manifestation.
    In 2000, Danila produced her first work.
    For three years he studied graphic design at MHPI, Moscow, Russia, after which he spent 3 years in the fine arts studio of Ilykhin Boris.
    In 2010, Shozy found his unique and hyperrealistic 3D style, always taking an interest in various aspects of graffiti culture.
    In 2015, he tried his hand at street art for the first time. Since 2016, he has participated in many street art festivals in Russia.
    In 2017, he participated for the first time in a street art festival abroad – in Dubai, where he received the second place among the great artists present. Since then he has participated in many graffiti festivals as a participant and judge.
    Shozy works in a hyperrealistic way, using the elements of the’anamorphosis and trompe-l’oeil, by studying the possibilities of’3d art and geometry.
    Over the years, Shozy has painted murals in Russia, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy and the United Arab Emirates. He has also participated in group exhibitions of urban art in Italy and France.

    • ghostsniper January 23, 2022, 4:42 AM

      Like that dood that does the sidewalk art, these things only work from one specific spot. If you step to the side a foot the whole illusion is blown.