048per_wonky curtains

We say “Wonky curtains” as in the curtains are not rectangular because the floor and ceiling are not parallel. Modern architectural haberdashery dictates that for such curtains to be drawn correctly (i.e. that the curtain covers the wall in its entirety), wonky curtains must have their standing position at the highest point on the wall: a wonky curtain draws down. In the depiction below, the track is shown exposed but of course it would be recessed into the ceiling. Adrian having worked out the wonky curtain solution, frustratingly at first learns that someone has created the same solution: Maison Martin Margiela. Or is it that great minds think alike?


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