Friday, November 30, 2012

Gingerbread houses

Not that we have any need for this type of architecture in Maine, there is plenty of empty space, but other, more populated places might be inspired by this way of architecting houses: just stack them in layers, on top of each other. The Dutch are very creative with this type of architecture...


This gingerbread house is a colorful hotel in the Netherlands, the Hotel ZaanDam.
This 3-layer building can be found in a Parisian suburb.
This Peruri 88 tower, science fiction type construction, was built by Dutch architects in Jakarta. I like the trees and gardens everywhere!

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