Discussion in 'Weekly Poll' started by Liam Clifford, Aug 9, 2017.
Late 20th./early 21st. century architecture meets the 15th. century.
I quite like stuff like this...
While I'll take a picture of anything I find, if given a choice the more knackered the better!
WIndows by Jeff Johnson, on Flickr
I tend to be with Jeff on this.
kitchen by Steve Ashton, on Flickr
Not sure if it's because there are lots of old ruins around here or because I'm getting that way.
This sort of thing really.
16-04-10_Dumbarton-002 by Geren posted Aug 14, 2017 at 10:36 AM
Followed a bit later by this sort of thing:
170101-dumbarton-001 by Geren posted Aug 14, 2017 at 10:36 AM
Oh well. If you like decrepit...
Or really old and really decrepit...
I don't really have a favourite but as round my way churches and cathedrals are somewhat more prevalent than ruined abbeys and castles I voted for 1.
Reflections can give interesting, if sometimes messy, architectural juxtapositions. The Iron Tower in Mainz, one of the few remains of the city walls and home of the arts soc. I belong to, reflected in part of a modern shopping and office complex next door. Taken from one of the gallery rooms. The white bar is actually the ground floor-first floor divide in the shopping complex!
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