Balboa Highlands Eichlers Become Transparent

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Balboa Highlands Eichlers Become Transparent

Postby scowsa » Sat Sep 28, 2013 1:29 pm

From la.curbed

"For one night only last week, artist Nate Page and Machine Project gave voyeurs a peak inside mid-century developer Joseph Eichler's Balboa Highlands tract, sort of: "Using the expansive, impenetrable facades as projection screens, the videos show homeowners moving about inside, as they would normally be seen through the translucent glass walls facing their backyards." The videos were spaced on houses throughout the neighborhood, on Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue. Take a peep via video below:"


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