The latest from Chibi Moku

kayentaAs someone who spends a great deal of time staring down at the earth from 30,000 feet and up, I am always curious about life below me. I wrote about those feelings in the post life and death at 37,000 feet. When you get away from the big cities, this country is mostly vast expanses of open, unpopulated land. Occasionally we’ll be flying over rugged terrain and look down and see a small community nestled in between mountain ranges and desert landscapes. I have often wondered why someone would want to live in such an isolated place. My friends at Chibi Moku have just finished a documentary about such a community. Now I get it. This is for anyone interested in architecture and interior design and living in nature.

 

 

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