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Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think



Welcome to the Superior Interior Thread!

This is the thread for photos of good houses, photos of bad houses, photos of weird houses, talking about good bad and weird houses, nerding out about design and architecture, and Eames Lounge Chairs. I post my "Zillow Search Term of the Day" here (almost) every day wherein I find the most interesting houses for a given keyword or keywords in the popular real estate search engine. Note that I am NOT an expert on interior design, just a weird nerd, so I probably get lots of stuff wrong and actual experts itt are encouraged to chime in.

If you have questions about renovation and what to buy and all that jazz go to the serious Q & A Thread. https://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=3955916


SOME IMPORTANT LINGO (feel free to add your own)

Vernacular vs High-Style "High-style" architecture refers to the designs of architects associated with specific architectural movements such as Gothic Revival, Streamline Moderne, etc. These are often large mansions and were commissioned by very rich people. "Vernacular" architecture is the architecture of the common people. Often it is influenced by the prevailing trends and styles of the day but it is filtered down to something that working-class individuals could afford to build. Examples include the shotgun houses of New Orleans, Craftsman kit houses, Folk Victorian and Carpenter Gothic farmhouses, and the ubiquitous post-war suburban tract houses.
"Mid-Century Modest" the unheralded and disrespected counterpart to the high style Mid Century Moderns. Pink bathrooms, wood panelling, avocado appliances, orange carpet in the basement. Your grandparents' house, probably.
"Brown House" aka Late Century Modern, the kind of rustic contemporary popular from the late 1960s - early 1980s. Also possibly your grandparent's house.
Cheap Victorian in a Dying Midwest Town An often-seen trope in real estate listings - way back in the late 19th century when the midwest was booming a lot of large and elegant houses were built there, and now that the old steel and coal towns are wasting away these sell for the prevailing prices of their area - cheap, cheap, cheap. Can also be found in Dying Upstate New York towns and Dying Appalachian Towns.
Modern Farmhouse Neither modern nor farmhouse, characterized by a monochromatic base with wood accents, gold or black fixtures, use of reclaimed/"shabby chic" materials, words on walls, etc. You know it when you see it.
Words on Walls Signs and decals that say poo poo like "Live Laugh Love", "EAT", "In this house we [wall of text]", "God bless this mess", and tc. Popular with stagers.
Boxhaus Popular kind of "contemporary" house that is cheap to build because it is basically just boxes. Usually with two or three types of siding in front including concrete, corrugated aluminum and orange wood, with generic white/gray/wood interiors.
McMansion Very large houses that had their heyday in the 1990s-early 2000s, a complete mishmash of styles, cheap materials, hideous and difficult to resell. Has been largely supplanted by Boxhauses and "Modern Farmhouse". Kate Wagner of McMansion Hell is the preeminent expert on the subject.
Pop-top Form of flipping popular in growing western cities where vacant land is hard to come by, in which an innocent bungalow or ranch is metastasized into a bigger trendier house that can sell for many times the initial purchase price.
Eames Lounge Chair an important part of every real estate stager's arsenal, can be found in listing photos of all types of houses regardless of how appropriate it is.

Groverhaus
bEatmstrJ/the Bathdoom subject of a now-goldmined thread the inspiration behind the original Interior Design thread, a classic example of what not to do in a renovation

DESIGN INFORMATION AND INSPIRATION (again, please add your own)
Zillow https://www.zillow.com/ duh. If you're actually looking to buy a house Realtor.com is the better option, but Zillow's interface makes it better for searching random stuff.
Pinterest https://www.zillow.com/ yes, it's still useful even though it shits up Google Image Search. I have a pinterest where I mostly post floor plans which may or may not be interesting to people https://www.pinterest.com/ediamond61/_saved/
Archive.org https://archive.org/ House plans, architectural details, trade catalogues, you name it, it's here
McMansion Hell http://mcmansionhell.com/ For all your snarking at ugly rich people houses needs, also has some actually informative articles.
Retro Renovation https://retrorenovation.com/ Not just for renovation, lovers of all things Mid-Century Modest will find themselves at home here.
The Wright Library http://www.steinerag.com/flw/index.htm Literally everything you could ever want to know about the influential 20th century architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Except floor plans. For floor plans Visions of Wright is a goldmine https://visionsofwright.wordpress.com/
Old House Dreams https://www.oldhousedreams.com/ If you can't get enough of cool old houses for sale from this thread this site has you covered
Cheap Old Houses https://www.instagram.com/cheapoldhouses/?hl=en If you are broke like me and can't afford most of the houses I post this instagram will fuel your impossible dreams of saving a decrept old bungalow from the developer's axe.
House Hunting https://thehousehuntingblog.com/ she basically does what I do but not by keyword and focuses on a single house in each post.
Planete Deco https://www.planete-deco.fr/ a blog partly in French that mainly posts apartment inspiration. Lots of Scandinavian and Parisian design.
Please Hate These Things https://www.instagram.com/pleasehatethesethings/ Ugly and/or stupid house design decisions.
The Craftsman Magazine https://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/DLDecArts/DLDecArts-idx?type=browse&scope=DLDecArts.HomeDesign One day I will make a real effortpost about this. "Craftsman" architecture originated out of the Arts & Crafts movement of the early 20th century, which in America was principally promoted by Gustav Stickley. Stickley and his comrades published The Craftsman monthly from 1901-1916. It contained a wealth of information, opinions, patterns, pictures and actual building plans representing their design philosophy. And socialism. Did I mention the socialism?



Please follow all forum rules and don't start weird slapfights about what is or isn't modernism thank you

ENJOY!

Somebody fucked around with this message at 05:09 on Jan 18, 2021

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The Bloop
Jul 5, 2004




Ultra Carp

ground floor Lawyer Foyer


peanut
Sep 9, 2007




Laundry master near my work

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Grouchio
Aug 31, 2014

The Entire Freakin' John Galt Speech


Almost done with my new bed and end table DYI. I'll post my results tomorrow.

Liquid Communism
Mar 9, 2004


Out here, everything hurts.




Just popping in to update my bookmarks and reiterate my desire to pour molten lead down the throats of whatever focus group fucks at HGTV started this whole "everything must be grey wood floors and white painted shiplap" bullshit.

Slowly house hunting, and so many flippers out here buying perfectly good small houses with craftsman era woodwork, painting everything white and throwing down some grey vinyl, then putting it back on the market three months later for 150% of what they paid.

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


The Zillow search term of the day is "artist loft"

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/518-530-Gregory-Ave-A317-Weehawken-NJ-07086/2077178535_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/689-Myrtle-Ave-APT-4I-Brooklyn-NY-11205/62647192_zpid/




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/11-Worth-St-7-New-York-NY-10013/2077397854_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/376-Ashokan-Rd-Kingston-NY-12401/198835048_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/231-Norman-Ave-STE-501-Brooklyn-NY-11222/2094867501_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/463-W-57th-St-APT-B-New-York-NY-10019/72657916_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/143-Central-Ave-1-Brooklyn-NY-11221/2077289551_zpid/




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/221-Dean-St-Brooklyn-NY-11217/30566836_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1977-State-Route-295-Canaan-NY-12029/30000294_zpid/





https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/14721-La-Highway-16-French-Settlement-LA-70733/210295579_zpid/ could also go in crappy construction




Azza Bamboo
Apr 7, 2018

Don't cry
Don't raise your eye
It's only teenage wasteland


I'm not really seeing anything that unifies this artist loft concept

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


Azza Bamboo posted:

I'm not really seeing anything that unifies this artist loft concept

art

also, lofts

LiberalExtinction
Aug 4, 2009





Random motorcycle so they all know you're not just an artist, but a bad boy/girl/enby artist.

peanut
Sep 9, 2007




Dangerbed... day-day-day day-day-day Dangerbed....

Dareon
Apr 6, 2009


So this is probably a better place than the previous thread or the actual Q&A, could I ask about decorating my Sims houses here? I'd use the Sims thread, but that's for 4 and I'm still playing 3. Just from osmosis I've managed to pick up some fundamentals and moved away from what I affectionately term "clown vomit," but having a space where I can experiment harmlessly and ask questions would help for when I actually break out paints and tools for my actual space.

kreeningsons
Jan 2, 2007



Whatís up, before covid I had a small side business selling vintage furniture, design items and clothes, so I developed an interior design method where I would buy a piece at an estate sale or auction or wherever, live with it for a while, and either keep or sell based on how well it fit. I donít end up with many questions that need answering this way, but I like to chat about design so Iím usually posting random things about extremely specific designers, trends among established design houses and the vintage design market, or IDing the chairs in Zillow pics.

Someone in the last thread posted about the apartment from Coming to America which motivated me to buy this neon lamp from Facebook marketplace. Itís unmarked, but is very high quality as far as neon lamps go, has an enameled metal conical base and a 14Ē diameter ruby red neon tube. I have no idea who made it, but itís probably from the mid to late 1980s and has a Ron Arad vibe. Itís surely not actually by Arad, but itís a keeper.

Dareon
Apr 6, 2009


kreeningsons posted:

Whatís up, before covid I had a small side business selling vintage furniture, design items and clothes, so I developed an interior design method where I would buy a piece at an estate sale or auction or wherever, live with it for a while, and either keep or sell based on how well it fit. I donít end up with many questions that need answering this way, but I like to chat about design so Iím usually posting random things about extremely specific designers, trends among established design houses and the vintage design market, or IDing the chairs in Zillow pics.

Someone in the last thread posted about the apartment from Coming to America which motivated me to buy this neon lamp from Facebook marketplace. Itís unmarked, but is very high quality as far as neon lamps go, has an enameled metal conical base and a 14Ē diameter ruby red neon tube. I have no idea who made it, but itís probably from the mid to late 1980s and has a Ron Arad vibe. Itís surely not actually by Arad, but itís a keeper.


Tell me about that chair behind it. I like the look, but it doesn't look comfortable.

kreeningsons
Jan 2, 2007



Dareon posted:

Tell me about that chair behind it. I like the look, but it doesn't look comfortable.

It is a Memphis Milano ďFirst ChairĒ from 1983 and itís the most uncomfortable chair Iíve ever sat in. Would not recommend sitting in for longer than you can tolerate a church pew. Would recommend as a functional sculpture.

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


The Zillow search term of the day is "off grid"

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/16300-Highway-128-Boonville-CA-95415/211795891_zpid/




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2804-Pine-Swamp-Rd-Masonville-NY-13804/66475231_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/27679-Comptche-Ukiah-Rd-Comptche-CA-95427/2076649019_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/220-Bryant-Dr-Hartford-ME-04220/296382848_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/856-Ripley-Rd-Harrington-ME-04643/2077995418_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1117-Sylvan-Falls-Rd-Potsdam-NY-13676/209096040_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1405-Big-Barn-Rd-Cazadero-CA-95421/15822971_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/206-Conway-Rd-Cold-Brook-NY-13324/98726599_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/18100B-Usfs-Rd-520-Creede-CO-81130/2083185163_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/262-Little-Moxie-Pond-Rd-West-Forks-ME-04985/2077447157_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/6058-State-Road-11-De-Leon-Springs-FL-32130/305841385_zpid/ not your average fixer-upper


CaptainSarcastic
Jul 6, 2013

HAIL SATAN



That looks like an awful lot of electric lighting for "off grid."

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


CaptainSarcastic posted:

That looks like an awful lot of electric lighting for "off grid."

By off grid they usually mean large gas or propane generator(s) maybe with some solar. Although even with just solar a good sized system should have plenty enough power for electric lighting.

CaptainSarcastic
Jul 6, 2013

HAIL SATAN



Youth Decay posted:

By off grid they usually mean large gas or propane generator(s) maybe with some solar. Although even with just solar a good sized system should have plenty enough power for electric lighting.

Fair enough.

I just remember when I worked for an ISP there were a couple customers so paranoid they would get cagey about giving out their address for service calls. To their ISP. Who already has their address on file. So I associate "off grid" with weird nutjob.

there wolf
Jan 11, 2015

by Fluffdaddy


Youth Decay posted:

By off grid they usually mean large gas or propane generator(s) maybe with some solar. Although even with just solar a good sized system should have plenty enough power for electric lighting.

Earthship or GTFO.

Phil Moscowitz
Feb 19, 2007

Chief Justice of the United States of Anime



kreeningsons posted:

Whatís up, before covid I had a small side business selling vintage furniture, design items and clothes, so I developed an interior design method where I would buy a piece at an estate sale or auction or wherever, live with it for a while, and either keep or sell based on how well it fit. I donít end up with many questions that need answering this way, but I like to chat about design so Iím usually posting random things about extremely specific designers, trends among established design houses and the vintage design market, or IDing the chairs in Zillow pics.

Someone in the last thread posted about the apartment from Coming to America which motivated me to buy this neon lamp from Facebook marketplace. Itís unmarked, but is very high quality as far as neon lamps go, has an enameled metal conical base and a 14Ē diameter ruby red neon tube. I have no idea who made it, but itís probably from the mid to late 1980s and has a Ron Arad vibe. Itís surely not actually by Arad, but itís a keeper.


This is awesome

HelloIAmYourHeart
Dec 29, 2008

Send us signals in the glow
of night windows



Fallen Rib

Youth Decay Eames Chair Counter: 1

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


The Zillow search term of the day is "owned by same family"

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/76-N-Auburn-Rd-Auburn-ME-04210/84883582_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/905-Forest-Hill-Dr-High-Point-NC-27262/6033653_zpid/





https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1005-Main-St-Vineyard-Haven-MA-02568/56898071_zpid/





https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/357-Bleecker-St-TOWNHOUSE-New-York-NY-10014/2077884221_zpid/



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/1001-Canaan-Southfield-Rd-Southfield-MA-01259/200263937_zpid/


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/15-Sunswyck-Ln-Westhampton-Beach-NY-11978/32719404_zpid/




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/920-W-Mescalero-Rd-Roswell-NM-88201/2104446950_zpid/ a collection of antique carousel animals is somehow creepier than a doll collection



tough to take real estate photos of an 80s mirrored wall bathroom


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/305-N-Bogardus-St-Elkhart-IL-62634/125012686_zpid/ Cheap Bungalow In A Dying Midwest Town. $39,900 cheap to be exact.




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/89-Brookfield-Rd-Charlton-MA-01507/57572392_zpid/ late 1700s farmhouse + 1885 addition. this is the dream - a huge garden, goats and chickens...furniture and farm equipment included in sale




Samuel L. ACKSYN
Feb 29, 2008




have you ever been in the bathtub and suddenly realize you needed to check something on your computer?






or maybe just watch that scenario happen to someone else while you sit in a comfortable chair?

Facebook Aunt
Oct 4, 2008

i like cats


Samuel L. ACKSYN posted:

have you ever been in the bathtub and suddenly realize you needed to check something on your computer?






or maybe just watch that scenario happen to someone else while you sit in a comfortable chair?



This year a lot of people had to quickly cobble together a home office wherever they could find space, okay.

Senor Tron
May 25, 2006




Samuel L. ACKSYN posted:

have you ever been in the bathtub and suddenly realize you needed to check something on your computer?






or maybe just watch that scenario happen to someone else while you sit in a comfortable chair?



I'm not gonna lie, I have questions.

Badger of Basra
Jul 25, 2007



Youth Decay posted:

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/920-W-Mescalero-Rd-Roswell-NM-88201/2104446950_zpid/ a collection of antique carousel animals is somehow creepier than a doll collection


This owner must be literally a Bonaparte because I can't think of why else you would have a gigantic portrait of Napoleon III, the lovely Napoleon, in your house

Yooper
Apr 30, 2012



Grimey Drawer



Sweet jesus, look at the width of those floor planks.

kreeningsons
Jan 2, 2007



Those bathrooms with lounges and offices in them always make me think of Tony Montana soaking in the jacuzzi while everyone is just hanging out with him.

SkyeAuroline
Nov 12, 2020



That is PAINFULLY blue. Hate to be a kid in that house that scrapes the floor.

JEEVES420
Feb 16, 2005

The world is a mess... and I just need to rule it

kreeningsons posted:

Those bathrooms with lounges and offices in them always make me think of Tony Montana soaking in the jacuzzi while everyone is just hanging out with him.

this actually makes sense, its an old coke head "mancave"

Doll House Ghost
Jun 18, 2011





SkyeAuroline posted:

That is PAINFULLY blue. Hate to be a kid in that house that scrapes the floor.

I love it. And meh, scratches happen.

My favourite floor and what I aspire towards, coincidentally:



Bonus: A neat bathroom some guy here built, shame toilets in other colours than white are pretty difficult to find here:

Badger of Basra
Jul 25, 2007



If youíre spending that much money might as well spring for a custom toilet too imo

Doll House Ghost
Jun 18, 2011





If I remember the article I stole the image from correctly, he did everything by himself and on a limited budget. Blue toilet would be pretty banging though.

wheatpuppy
Apr 25, 2008

YOU HAVE MY POST!

Could you paint a toilet with that appliance touch-up paint?

Pigsfeet on Rye
Oct 22, 2008

I'm meat on the hoof



It's worth it to find the living room of your dreams:
https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/...source=txtshare

ed:

https://www.citycenterproperties.com/apartments/Ohio/Cincinnati/the-williams

Community Description

The Williams is a 52,000-square-foot, four-story historic building featuring 29 brand-new apartments built inside the former W.J. Williams YMCA in East Walnut Hills. Charles Cellarius designed this outstanding example of early twentieth-century Tudor Revival architecture with limestone trim and a slate roof expressed in an institutional building, completed in 1930. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places, and designated a Local Historic Landmark in 2016.

Floor plans include new granite countertops, hardwood, concrete and carpeted flooring, and stainless steel energy-efficient appliances, as well as original features such as 15-20 foot ceilings, tall sun filled windows, decorative fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and a swimming pool with two apartments built inside. An outdoor rooftop area offers relative quiet, extensive views of surrounding neighborhoods, and a southern glimpse of northern Kentucky. Off-street parking for tenants.

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there wolf
Jan 11, 2015

by Fluffdaddy


wheatpuppy posted:

Could you paint a toilet with that appliance touch-up paint?

You'd want to use the paint for refinishing porcelain fixtures, but that pretty much only comes in white/off white outside of commercial refinishing businesses and it's inclined to chip. I don't know how well it'd hold up around the seat.

fralbjabar
Jan 26, 2007
I am a meat popscicle.


there wolf posted:

You'd want to use the paint for refinishing porcelain fixtures, but that pretty much only comes in white/off white outside of commercial refinishing businesses and it's inclined to chip. I don't know how well it'd hold up around the seat.

I've seen that done before with a pink toilet painted white, seat area seemed fine but they didn't paint the inside of the bowl. I'm not sure if that was an actual limit of the paint or if they just couldn't be bothered to drain + dry the bowl to paint it. Considering how cheap and easy a new white toilet would have been to source I'm inclined to believe the latter.

Youth Decay
Aug 17, 2015

a little too tithonic
yeah I really do think


The Zillow search term of the day is "HGTV"

https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/303-Price-Pollock-LA-71467/247126240_zpid/ "This custom built home has the look like it jumped off of the HGTV screen! "
dear god

this is the worst countertop choice I have ever seen what the hell

are the boards supposed to be like that?


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/300-Worley-St-Starkville-MS-39759/122387848_zpid/ "This renovation was featured on HGTV pilot program ''Hammer to the Manor''" I don't hate it...


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/9620-S-Sam-Peterson-Rd-Oak-Grove-MO-64075/2080757877_zpid/ "HGTV worthy unique property" barndominium with horse stable and arena attached
that is the ugliest kitchen


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/311-Highland-Ave-Jenkintown-PA-19046/9857952_zpid/ " ready for the next owner to decorate and HGTV each room" is HGTV a verb now




https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/61-Cherrytown-Rd-Rochester-NY-12446/32861874_zpid/ " Unique opportunity to preserve, enhance, or transform this original mid century time capsule into your own instagram worthy HGTV-like dream home" I'll take the first option thanks

someone was talkin bout blue toilets?


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/104-S-Broad-St-Suffolk-VA-23434/2079519899_zpid/ "The historic Darden Mansion has been featured on HGTV on the show Generation Renovation."






https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4603-Edina-Blvd-Edina-MN-55424/1862678_zpid/ "Front/rear yards were professionally landscaped on HGTV's Landscape Smart and Curb Appeal" don't care just look at this bathroom



https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/111-Hibler-Rd-Newton-NJ-07860/39930894_zpid/ "The exceptional dwelling complex has been featured on HGTV and printed media" this is awfully 80s for a house built in 1994




carport is :kickinrad: though


https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/240-S-Crest-Rd-Chattanooga-TN-37404/41430679_zpid/ "AS FEATURED ON HGTV'S ''POOL IN MY HOUSE'' " 16,000+ glorious square feet designed by Harold W. Levitt (1970)





i'm the carpet

Aceofblue
Feb 26, 2009





Youth Decay posted:

The Zillow search term of the day is "HGTV"
https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/311-Highland-Ave-Jenkintown-PA-19046/9857952_zpid/ " ready for the next owner to decorate and HGTV each room" is HGTV a verb now



Thank you, that was all horrific in unique ways, but HGTV as a verb got me.

"Hi I'm Ace and today on the show we're gonna HGTV the heck out of this fixer-upper. Come on!"

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Brennanite
Feb 14, 2009


Liquid Communism posted:

Just popping in to update my bookmarks and reiterate my desire to pour molten lead down the throats of whatever focus group fucks at HGTV started this whole "everything must be grey wood floors and white painted shiplap" bullshit.

Slowly house hunting, and so many flippers out here buying perfectly good small houses with craftsman era woodwork, painting everything white and throwing down some grey vinyl, then putting it back on the market three months later for 150% of what they paid.

This post didn't get enough love. I swear, every single old house I look at has been greige'd up. That awful grey vinyl plank, grey walls, sliding barn doors, all-white kitchens, open concept HGTV sameness inside perfectly good Craftsman or even Victorian houses. Ugh.

Youth Decay posted:

The Zillow search term of the day is "HGTV"
https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/311-Highland-Ave-Jenkintown-PA-19046/9857952_zpid/ " ready for the next owner to decorate and HGTV each room" is HGTV a verb now



What if I only lovingly restore each room? Does that qualify as HGTVing? Also, why are all of the good houses in dying towns in the middle of nowhere?

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