Its funny that I just came across this home featured in a recent Dwell update, because I just read a book on Masculine Design. While I enjoyed the read, I thought some of it was a little obvious, and seemed a bit too stereotypical. I would be interested to hear people’s opinions on the idea of masculine design. Why aren’t other styles considered “masculine?” Not enough black? No oil stains? I can appreciate the idea of masculine design, but what is your take? If there is really such a thing as designing for the sexes, does it just come down to animal skulls, matte black, and dark wood finishes? And yes I know, the last picture is a bit cheese ball, I mostly just liked his shoes.