Wiesbaden Clinker

Wiesbaden is still a rich town by all accounts, and it was even more so 150-100 years ago. In some areas one ostentatious villa neighbours the next, although many of these are now divided into different apartments or more often than not, into residential and fancy office apartments.

Clinker fassades were all the rage, often combined with decorative elements that are better suited to smooth surfaces. Turrets, cuppolas, and playful details are not meant for bricks, at least in my mind.

This window combines the typical two-coloured brickwork, with an arched window and stucco elements. I did appreciate the two bright white watering cans (IKEA, PS 2002, 1.99 € a piece, if I’m not mistaken).

Monday Window

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