The facade appears to be very ornate. I'd love to see a close-up of some of the balconies and other aspects of the building.I'm still having problems with my internet but hope to have it solved this week sometime. But, so sorry that I have missed so many wonderful photos of yours and other bloggers! Happy to be back, though, even if it's momentary!!
I think a person could stare at this building for days and still not see all the intricate detail here. What a masterpiece. How lucky you were so see it every day for the time your worked there.
I'm first to say what knockout that new banner photo is and the building is one too. Lucky you to work there. IT's gorgeous!V
What a grand lady she is. How could you do anything but love coming to work in such a building each day.
I can see why it is one of your favorites! I would never have minded going to work in that building.
yes u are lucky to woth there! is barocco?
tu as raison, il est très beau, surtout les balcons
Did you really work in this building?It is magnificent, a pity that is in a polluted zone of the city, as you say.Great new banner, I am thinking of changing ours with something like yours. I like your idea of changing it quite often...
extraordinary details & quite beautiful! i see why it's your favorite.i was watching a program on tv last night about a permanent polluted cloud over asia that's 2 miles thick & is getting worse every year & it's expanding in height & width, so it's now over japan & headed out over the ocean
I can see why it is one of your favorite. It would make going to work much nicer to be going into a building as lovely as this one.
Wonderful art déco. Lucky you for having worked there!
looks royal! Nice architecture....we too have some old structure in diiferent cities here in India.I love old building...specially western style!
Not bad for an office!
Well, actually, there were lots of inconvinients working there! You could not keep windows open because of the traffic noise and also because of the black dust that covered everything! The huge curved windows made the rooms so hot in summer that it seemed I was working inside a greenhouse for cacti! Lol!You could not have the a/c boxes on the façade of the building, so it was a mess installing the system crossing the whole house to the back... But the interiors were gorgeous, the view was fantastic and I don't regret it! :-)
Nice building !
The exterior is so gorgeous...I can only imagine what the interior looks like. Now I want to visit Portugal.
That is a fantastic building, with so much detail.
Its a fantastic historic building,Cute new banner :))
it´s really beautiful, must have been nice to have worked there!
That is a lovely building. Great place to work but when seating inside you can't enjoy the exterior! You're best off outside it now!
Wow, it would have been great to work inside this buildings although as I've seen in the comments... probably it is just nice to visit it.
Ornately gorgeous, although I would guess it might need some updating...Love the way you composed this! I wonder what you mean by "polluted" avenue: a lot of traffic, smoke, and noise?I hope your new office overlooks the ocean!
Unique and very elegant! :-)
what a gorgeous building :)
Ah, so it has its drawbacks.But the outside is interesting, every floor different.
Fantastically ornate and magnificent!
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