Friday, August 15, 2008


Strange yet  intriguing, the London home of big-budget film director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow) is on crack in its own special way.


As the copy reads:

"Emmerich instructed the designer, John Teall, of Flux Interiors, to make it so that "when the neighbors peek in, they might want to call the police or something."

Well Roland, mission accomplished!


Check out the NY Times tour for yourself to see what kind of interior that bizarro request inspired...

PS- yes that is a statue of the late pope reading the newspaper under the stairs...

(images via NY Times)