I taught a photography class in Central Park today and, during the class, I watched as a class of eight kids, under the age of eight, learned how to skateboard. When I was growing up, skateboarding was the absolute apex of cool so I was glad to see the tradition hasn't died. "Pierre Andre Senizergues is the owner of Sole Technology, a skateboard footwear and apparel company that produces brands such as Etnies. He’s also a former world champion boarder. And now the 48-year-old entrepreneur has commissioned Francois Perrin, of the L.A.-based architecture firm Air Architecture, to build him a California home that doubles as a skate park." Yeah, that's cool.
Posted by Katiep at Monday, October 03, 2011