First of all, it has to be laid down that I’ve always been living in a block of flats. This fact shouldn’t surprise anyone. What it should imply to you is that this sort of socialist-like branch of architectural manifestos make me contemplate about how the designers of the past wanted to invigorate our block-environment.
Little green fields (filled with stubs and dog shit) and parks (used needles and condoms) were meant to emit warmth and love.
What do I love about this environment? To tell you the truth, nothing. Still, I was surprised when I saw the newly-designed sweet shop(is it called sweet shop? seems awkward to me) that had been installed in the middle of the blockery (trademarked term)
At first sight it is as if you are in one of the rooms of Wonka’s Chocolate Empire, colorful, lovely and extremely designed sweets.
Finally, if you decide to have a cake here, you sit by the window – let here be a reminder you are in a colorful room- and take a look at the greyish socialist blockery, which might take away your appetite.