Posts in Category: Architecture

Forgotten II

 

Some more impression of the old rectory in Fehmarn. The rectory and another building next door (an old school with just one classroom) where sold and I guess the new owner will renovate and then lease them as vacation homes.

However, I simply love these brick cladded old houses. Maybe some day, once we are retired, we will buy such an old cottage. Or maybe a lighthouse, or maybe a scottish castle, I think about, hmmmm, Dunvegan? :)

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Bending

Modern architecture in Bonn. Art and exhibition hall of the Federal Republic of Germany. Been there for the “PIXAR – 25 Years of Animation” exhibition. Very interesting to learn something about the making of a modern animation movie. Yet the concept art at the beginning of the whole process is amazing and the drawings are wonderful.

Little Chapel

Today I came across this little chapel. Outlined by a hedge and framed by oak trees, it’s a wonderful place to take a rest and think about stuff like the following quote.

For where God built a church, there the Devil would also build a chapel.
– Martin Luther

Office

 

The office-building where I’m working.

“One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important.”
– Bertrand Russel

True words!

Main Aisle

The middle nave of the “Dom zu Limburg”.

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Lighthouse

The lighthouse at “Darsser Ort”. Build in 1847, the 35,4m high beacon it is still active and guides ships around the north-west coast of the Darss peninsula within a range of 23 sea miles.

Upstairs

Another one from inside the MyZeil building

Lighthouse

The lighthouse at Westermarkelsdorf.
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Epiphany

Enlightened nave in the “Dom zu Limburg”

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