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Corinthian onlay for house facade.

From a lecture on #African #Architecture... "One is impressed above all by the symbolic imagery of traditional African building. Using mud may have certain technical disadvantages, but it is probably the most expressive of all materials. It not only lends itself brilliantly to surface decoration, but the very shapes of the buildings express their functions and their ideology." Shown here is a beautifully decorated house facade in Zaria, Nigeria.

Decorated house facades, Zaria, Nigeria: painted facades and mud relief, including a bicycle - Learning from Architecture

House façade exterior, double arched glass and wrought iron doors

House façade exterior, double arched glass and wrought iron doors, smooth masonary. First Candidate for Main Entrance Wrought Iron

CP house by Alventosa Morell Arquitectes

Alventosa Morell slot Barcelona house between two blocks

dollhouse (this is a Jim Marcus dolls house Circa 1970. Apparently they were so sought after that collectors had to wait years to get one built!)

dollhouse (this is a Jim Marcus dolls house Circa Apparently they were so sought after that collectors had to wait years to get one built!

Gingerbread House C www.gingerbreadjournal.com; free pattern, recipe, and tutorial

The wooden houses of Suzdal, Russia inspired the piped decorations on these gingerbread houses. Wood carved into ornate patterns, often painted white, frames windows and embellishes facades through…

dolls, America, Jim Marcus dolls' house. Circa 1970. This dollhouse was one of the first dolls' houses made by Jim Marcus. They were sought-...

What an amazing doll house! Circa This dollhouse was one of the first dolls' houses made by Jim Marcus. They were sought-.

Flyonovo village, Smolensk oblast, Russia view 7

The russian house`s carving in Flyonovo, old russian village-museum.

House facade (carved foam) by Halloween forum member Grave Grabbers

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Sometimes minimalism leaves me wanting, but Sometimes the monolithic nature of this facade appeals to me for some strange reason.

Paramos House @ Paramos, Espinho, Portugal - 2009 by Atelier Nuno Lacerda Lopes

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