Sunday, April 8, 2012

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #19


Hey there everyone! Sorry I haven't been online much - we were quite busy getting ready for Pesach around here. Happy Pesach/Passover to all of those celebrating, and Happy Easter to those of you celebrating that! And Happy Sunday to the rest of you :)

Anyway, I just wanted to drop in quickly to post something for this week's edition of Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! And so, with no further ado, here are some more windows that I found last week in Herzliya:
My first instinct was to say that I'm sure the poor guys in this building need to run the air conditioner constantly. But when I took a closer look, I noticed that a bunch of the windows are actually open! So maybe I'm wrong :) Feel free to click on the photo, if you'd like to get a better look.

Now it's your turn! Please join us and play along in Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors - all you need to do is post a photo of a window, door, or anything architectural, link here, and link back to your post in the handy dandy widget below. What fun it is to see architectural details from all over the world! Happy Holidays, and have a great week, everyone!

7 comments:

Ralph said...

A Happy Passover to you and yours! The subject building is new stylish, its curves and windows a welcome change from the ubiquitous glass and steel towers usually built today. As energy efficiency is so important, function usually wins out - however, style and function can coexist quite well!

Willow said...

That the windows in such a modern building actually open is fascinating. Beautiful and functional.

Willow said...

And Happy Passover to you and your family!

NixBlog said...

Thank you for the invitation to join this meme, Toby. I have linked the National Gallery post that you recommended.

Your building is all windows it seems, but I am glad to see that they allow people to open them. Good shot!

Thank you for hosting. A Happy and Peaceful Passover to you.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

An interesting reflection in the building as well.

Dani.Vancouver said...

Hi there,

I am not sure how I got to this blog, but I sure like it. :) I wish I was a photographer too ;) hehe

I look forward to your next post.

Cheers from Canada

Dani

toby said...

Thanks everyone, and welcome as always!