I had been trying to remember the name of your blog all day and then you left your post. Perfect.I love this building such clean lines. Quite a contrast to your post from a couple of days ago.
More great colours. i like that style. It looks more contemporary than the 50s. It must have been considered very modern when it was built.
Gosh. This is stunning in its simplicity. I like it and I even like the colors. To answer your question about the Alien. I walked outside and looked over and there it was on the Spruce Tree. It was stuck in the bark. I got my camera and took the picture. How long did I wait? No time. Just saw and shot the picture in maybe two minutes. See my Alien
And still today, they call that "modern."
PJ, glad you have found me! :-)Wayne, can you imagine what people thought about Brasilia, when most of its buildings have been designed in the 50s by fabulous architect Oscar Niemeyer?! :-)Abraham, thank you so much for answering my question.Boise Diva, yes, it still is considered modern! :-)Thank you all for your visit and comments.
Is it really from the fifties? I like the clean-cut lines and geometry of this building, and the colors too. It could qualify as the minimalist architecture of today.Nice JM.
Nice 50's Portuguese architecture
I too like the clean lines and colors of this building! Nice!
looks like a 50's building but not 50's colour. Oh and no I didn't go inside the museum. too creepy.
Yes, Eki, the avant-garde 50s were just great, so contemporary! I really love the architecture from that period!Mo, I think you are right! From what I remember, the colours are darker now...Thank you all for your comments.
Great color, so easy on the eye, I'll consider having our house painted like that!
This is a fbulous buiding. Got to say I just love this image.
Good to have one's own sun ready on the wall for days when the weather doesn't cooperate fully.
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