Sep '04 - Aug '08
We're working on a project in one of my electives that requires the use of Pergo flooring products so they sent us a small shipment for testing. Wanting to know how durable this stuff is before we put it on the floor in the Javits center, I decided to install a small swath of it in studio where it's sure to get ample usage during these last few weeks of the semester.
We've mixed and matched three different "woods" to get this super classy pattern: Papyrus (which looks more like birch), bamboo, and redwood.
Buttmate LB and I are now soliciting breakdancers small enough to bust some moves on our new (and classy) dance floor without messing up the joint. The only breakdancer we've found so far is well over 6 feet tall and threatened to "take out [our] computers with [his] windmill." Watch out, ladies and gentlemen, CP is one dangerous force on the dance floor.
Actually, it's surprisingly nice to have our own floor in the pod. A simple change in flooring claims space surprisingly well.
This has nothing to do with Pergo. It's a stack of the following items: 1/16th model, 1/8th section model, big zap-a-gap, small zap-a-gap, sobo, zongamin cd case, .5 mechanical pencil, 6 metal hooks, plastic pencil box, and a cardboard box wrapped in red wrapping paper.