Even if you aren't an avid reader, you'll be awestruck to see the epic art installation by Argentine artist Pablo Lehmann called "Scribe's House." It's a life-size apartment made entirely of pages ripped from books. Talk about bringing print to life.
It took Lehmann two years to put the "Scribe's House" together. The "apartment" has all the elements you'd expect -- bathtub, bed, dining table, boudoir and even a fireplace -- though we wouldn't recommend using them.
The "Scribe's House" installation was on display in Miami over the weekend, but if you missed it, Anthropologie is selling a book of photos of Lehmann's one-of-a-kind piece. That'll cost you $2,300 -- which, we'd like to point out, is a typical monthly rent of a real apartment in New York City.
Speaking of which, if you're looking for an apartment that's actually habitable, start here.
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