Motorcycle Travel Series by @velimir 'Wood Architecture' (Part #722)

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'Wood Architecture'

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Houses can be build in many ways. Never seen this one before. :)





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A very beautiful and revealing view of a certain traditional architecture that shows what we have become used to hiding in modern times. The wooden structure left in view, painted in a vivid colour, and used as a decorative element, as well as the bricks of the wall, which were arranged in a striking design, almost like a fabric.
Looking at the photograph, I remembered seeing beautiful paintings of Australian Indians, representing stylized animals. They exposed the internal organs, as if their skins were transparent. In my city, I pause for a long time in my walks to look at colonial or early 20th-century demolished houses. I look inside the walls of "bahareque" (mud and straw on a knotted cane structure) at the braided cane structures with precise and symmetrical knots made by skilled craftsmen, who perhaps never imagined that their work would stand the test of time and ruin.
Yes, I liked this photo. Thank you, @velimir.

It's an eye-catching house. It must be a style that has been imposed in the last decade. With postmodernism, the willingness to show what was hidden, what was behind the scenes, was imposed. I guess that's the point.
Undressing the metal structure of the building, which with this vivid colour stands out a lot; and then showing the wall cladding with the bricks in a geometric arrangement playing with the double direction, achieves an aesthetic effect.
Your photo, thanks to the perspective used, allows to appreciate very much the construction and its visual effects.

In Venezuela there is an area called La Colonia Tovar where houses of this style abound. Most Europeans live in this area. I like the style, the originality of its form and the good use of the materials. Greetings

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