Art Nouveau door in decay

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    Hungary, Tatabánya, former club of Magyar Általános Kőszénbánya Rt. (Hungarian General Coal Mines Co.)
    People call it Tulip House after the stylized Hungarian-Transylvanian folk motifs in the ornamentations.
    Built in 1922, architect: Ede Torockai Wigand and Béla Jánszky. Torockai Wigand created a unique synthesis of Art Nouveau, Hungarian rural architecture and modern building technologies in the early 20th century.
    See his biography here:
    www.invaluable.com/artist/wigand-ede-thoroczkai-mitp56jqas
    www.pontmagazin.hu/pm114097.html&kiegeszit=print
    hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toroczkai_Wigand_Ede
    hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%A1nszky_B%C3%A9la

    Keith.CA, lesseptpignons, trecrowns, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. fotobarat5 35 months ago | reply

      micsoda patina

    2. elinor04 35 months ago | reply

      vagy rozsda...

    3. Keith.CA 35 months ago | reply

      I like your presentation - decay or not - very regal architecture

    4. smilla4 35 months ago | reply

      Exquisite work and detail, beautifully photographed. This, along with your family record, are invaluable.
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      Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )

    5. elinor04 35 months ago | reply

      thank you, Keith!
      oh, thank you so much...

    6. fundylad1 34 months ago | reply

      Amazing textures and patina

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