The window of a sandwich shop near Lake Chapala, in a town on the outskirts of Guadalajara. The counter is used as a table, with chairs lined up along it as the roof overhangs above. The shutter is left uncovered at the top of the window, and the rail is bent in the middle to allow the shutter to be rolled up.
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Kiosk/ Chapala, Mexico/ Aw
This article is an excerpt from “Window Behaviorology,” a joint research project concerning windows and the behaviors around them done in collaboration with Tokyo Institute of Technologyʼs Yoshiharu Tsukamoto Laboratory.