Tag Archives: architecture

Maja Wronska, Cathedral (Rouen)

Maja Wronska is a polish artist and civil engineer. I would imagine you would need to be a civil engineer or architect to draw something as perfect as this. It reminds me of an eerie trip I once took. I … Continue reading

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Gros Horloge, Rouen, France

I lived here for a year. The reason was probably the clock. (and this street). I had never even read Harry Potter but this looks like Hogsmeade Village. I could have lived in the South, but instead I lived with … Continue reading

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Corey Seeman, Union Station Hotel (Nashville, Tennessee), hotel built 1900

I have a thing for clocks. What memories this hotel must have had.

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John Piper, Hautebois Church, 1960s

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Jewish wooden synagogue, recreated

Reconstructed from one that stood for hundreds of years in Poland. Winged keruvim at right hold the Ark of the Covenant.

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Art Nouveau, Brussels, mural: Toucher

Paul Cauchie, Toucher (Touch), from the Cauchie House, Brussels (Art Nouveau)

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