Beautiful brick - bay window, detail by Marjolein Katsma
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Another building along the Eendrachtskade N.Z. in Groningen, Netherlands; it must have been some business building, maybe a workshop or small factory, but there is no clue as to its original function.

It is built in a lovely consistent Art Deco style, with some bold geometric shapes formed by brickwork. The whole façade is constructed from the same beautiful orange-red and very smooth brick. This is a detail of the construction of the bay window; here is a wider-angle shot for some context:

Beautiful brick - bay window (context)

See Related below for another detail of this same building.

Architect: tbd (have been unable to find this building in the Groninger Archives so far, but I’ve not given up yet)
Year: tbd (probably after 1916, certainly before 1930)
Taken in Groningen, Netherlands 2010
Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1

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Comments

  • Lynne Prestebak
    Lynne Prestebakover 4 years ago

    What a neat angle! Its cool to see the original shot…I like these bricks a lot!

    Lynne

  • Thank you Lynne! Glad to hear you like it!

    The shot in the description was actually a separate wider-angle shot I took to give this one a bit of context.

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • Kylie  Sheahen
    Kylie Sheahenover 4 years ago

    Great shot Marjolein, love the POV! :)

  • Thank you Kylie! If you walk past and look up, this is what you see – I’m sure the architect desiged it as an eyecatcher. :)

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • walstraasart
    walstraasartover 4 years ago

    Excellent and creative work Marjolein

  • Dankjewel, Thea! En ook bedankt voor de fave. :)

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • DutchLumix
    DutchLumixover 4 years ago

    Super beautiful capture !!!

    Kind Regards,
    Erik
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • Dank voor je mooie compliment, Erik!

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 4 years ago

    Very cool shot..love the look of this my friend.

  • Thank you so much, Kim! For the fave, too!

    So glad my little obsession with brick can please others, too.

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • Robert Meyer
    Robert Meyerover 4 years ago

    Wonderful catch, Marjolein! Very intriguing architecture!

  • Thank you Robert!

    It is indeed a great little building! I’d love to know more about it.

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • Bruce Miller
    Bruce Millerover 4 years ago

    This is very cool!

  • Thank you for the nice compliment, Bruce, and for the fave!

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • BIRGlTTA
    BIRGlTTAover 4 years ago

    Wow..that’s an unusual angle. Wild!

  • Just looking up … and the only angle at which you can really see the awesome brickwork here. :) But so many people don’t look up (or down for that matter!).

    Thanks for the nice comment, Birgitta!

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • Catherine Davis
    Catherine Davisover 4 years ago

    Great texture, really interesting! Great find!

  • Thank you so much, Catherine!

    – Marjolein Katsma

  • athex
    athexover 4 years ago

    Great lines and patterns, like the little different at the bottom

  • Thank you, Alan!

    The little bit at the bottom is the top of the door opening below – I really loved this little building, will probably return to it in a few weeks…

    – Marjolein Katsma

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