In a spread from the May 1962 issue of Playboy Magazine, we catch a glimpse of a “modishly swinging manor for the modern man” — a three level dream-pad decked out in teak, where everything is controlled by remote. Step inside this impeccable space to experience the fine art of leisurely living.
this iteration's take on Richard the Third/Rosalyn is part Shakespeare's villain, hungry for power and part Richardian hero, trying to hold a dysfunctional family together and so his/her relationship with Anne/Aiden is just as mixed up
"Sunward I've climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth/Of sun-split clouds, and done a hundred things/You have not dreamed of: wheeled and soared and swung/High in the sunlit silence." -- "High Flight," John Gillespie Magee, Jr.