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Every entrance to the housing units can be easily spot, thanks to the vertical emphasis on the decorative elements. Most of the entrance doors are the original wooden model, with rectangular glass openings. The main hallway opens up towards the staircase from the moment you step inside.
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On every floor, the hallway of distribution is compact, with three apartments per floor. The finish that stands out is the pale pink Ruschita marble, used for the steps of the staircase. Notice that the monumentality and attention to details decreases 
on the interior of the units.

Every entrance to the housing units can be easily spot, thanks to the vertical emphasis on the decorative elements. Most of the entrance doors are the original wooden model, with rectangular glass openings. The main hallway opens up towards the staircase from the moment you step inside. • On every floor, the hallway of distribution is compact, with three apartments per floor. The finish that stands out is the pale pink Ruschita marble, used for the steps of the staircase. Notice that the monumentality and attention to details decreases on the interior of the units. - 1 hour ago

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Three large glass window filter natural light along the staircase, probably facing towards the backyard. The steps are finished with caramel mosaic, that continues on each floor’s platform in a rectangular pattern, to create a rythm. The handrail is something special, with the baby blue metalic twisted strips, creating a catchy 3d effect from a certain angle.

Three large glass window filter natural light along the staircase, probably facing towards the backyard. The steps are finished with caramel mosaic, that continues on each floor’s platform in a rectangular pattern, to create a rythm. The handrail is something special, with the baby blue metalic twisted strips, creating a catchy 3d effect from a certain angle. - 8 days ago

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As wealthy families, the residents had servants around the house. So it was necesary to create two types of access to the apartment. The main staircase is wrapped around the elevator, with a glass wall separating it from the second vertical circulation. •
Each floor serves access to 5 apartments, but the hallway of distribution is narrow, with no natural light or ventilation.
The second staircase on the other hand is a very bright space, with views towards the back of the building. I find it curious how this second circulation has a lot more interesting details when it comes to the structure of the staircase, the metalic mesh railing or the glass windows.

As wealthy families, the residents had servants around the house. So it was necesary to create two types of access to the apartment. The main staircase is wrapped around the elevator, with a glass wall separating it from the second vertical circulation. • Each floor serves access to 5 apartments, but the hallway of distribution is narrow, with no natural light or ventilation. The second staircase on the other hand is a very bright space, with views towards the back of the building. I find it curious how this second circulation has a lot more interesting details when it comes to the structure of the staircase, the metalic mesh railing or the glass windows. - 14 days ago

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The entrance hallway stands out in height, with elongated proportions. The visitor is facing right ahead a tall pack of stairs, leading to the administrative area on the platform. •
The color palette is based on light tones and even textures. Notice the rectangular soffits on the ceiling, adding a sense of rythmicity to the long hallway.

The entrance hallway stands out in height, with elongated proportions. The visitor is facing right ahead a tall pack of stairs, leading to the administrative area on the platform. • The color palette is based on light tones and even textures. Notice the rectangular soffits on the ceiling, adding a sense of rythmicity to the long hallway. - 14 days ago

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If you are a fan of modernism, you are for sure familiar with the collective housing buildings along Lascar Catargiu boulevard, with never ending series of retracted terraces.
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Located at number 24-26, the subject is a collective blockhouse, built in 1937. From the wide sidewalk you can spot the entrance, marked by multiple frames retracting towards the interior. The groundfloor apartments have a buffer space in front, in the shape of a green garden. •
The entryway is designed to impress in scale and details. The monumental feature of the entrance is determined by the offsetted frames. The door is decorated with art deco inspired metalic strips, with a great attention to execution.

If you are a fan of modernism, you are for sure familiar with the collective housing buildings along Lascar Catargiu boulevard, with never ending series of retracted terraces. • Located at number 24-26, the subject is a collective blockhouse, built in 1937. From the wide sidewalk you can spot the entrance, marked by multiple frames retracting towards the interior. The groundfloor apartments have a buffer space in front, in the shape of a green garden. • The entryway is designed to impress in scale and details. The monumental feature of the entrance is determined by the offsetted frames. The door is decorated with art deco inspired metalic strips, with a great attention to execution. - 14 days ago

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The staircase is a strong presence within the space, with a sculptural, well defined silhouette. Thanks to the generous proportions of the circulations, you get different perspectives upon other floors or towards the exterior garden. •
Notice the details on the wooden handrail, that is in an exceptional good shape. Overall, all finishes seem to be in a pretty good condition, with little to none interventions on it.
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As a side note, the guard pacing on the groundfloor had a red comfy sofa and also a tv, making a constant background noise.

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The staircase is a strong presence within the space, with a sculptural, well defined silhouette. Thanks to the generous proportions of the circulations, you get different perspectives upon other floors or towards the exterior garden. • Notice the details on the wooden handrail, that is in an exceptional good shape. Overall, all finishes seem to be in a pretty good condition, with little to none interventions on it. • As a side note, the guard pacing on the groundfloor had a red comfy sofa and also a tv, making a constant background noise. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #mariarosetti #garden - 1 month ago

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The whole space allocated to circulation distribution has generous proportions and it is constantly facing the garden, through large windows. The green marble continues on the upper floors as railing and wall finish, in a contrast with the reddish mosaic covering the stairs.
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The long platform on each floor offers access to three apartments, hidden at the ends of the hallway. Notice the details above the apartment door, a geometric cutout letting some of the light in the apartment. The service area including the elevator and garbage disposal are marked with a wall finish of reddish brown wood panels, a strong insertion on the pale walls.

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The whole space allocated to circulation distribution has generous proportions and it is constantly facing the garden, through large windows. The green marble continues on the upper floors as railing and wall finish, in a contrast with the reddish mosaic covering the stairs. • The long platform on each floor offers access to three apartments, hidden at the ends of the hallway. Notice the details above the apartment door, a geometric cutout letting some of the light in the apartment. The service area including the elevator and garbage disposal are marked with a wall finish of reddish brown wood panels, a strong insertion on the pale walls. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #mariarosetti #garden - 1 month ago

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For months I visited this massive blockhouse on Maria Rosetti 31 on the outside, but I finally got the chance to document the interior. The three story building was built in 1938, it has 14 apartments, no info about the architect.
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The access is on the lateral side of the building, through a deep garden, that ends with a misterious abandoned house. This courtyard is a buffer between the public space of the street and the semi-public entrance veranda.
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The entrance is marked by an ample veranda, retracted from the facade and opened towards the lateral courtyard. What separates us from the interior is a generous glass wall, in a bold green metallic framery, divided in vertical modules.
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The entrance hallway stands out through generous proportions of the space, choice of materials and the abundance of natural light. The two pack of stairs mark the transition to a more private space: on the left there is one of the groundfloor apartment and on the right is the access to the other apartment and also the staircase to the first floor.
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Notice the diversity when it comes to the color palette and textures of the finishes: the floor is covered in square tiles of delicate beige marble, the walls are finished with a rough textured plaster, also in a light beige, and the ceiling is white, with round soffits.
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The horizontal register of dark green marble streches along the entire hallway, setting a certain proportion visually of the entire space.

For months I visited this massive blockhouse on Maria Rosetti 31 on the outside, but I finally got the chance to document the interior. The three story building was built in 1938, it has 14 apartments, no info about the architect. • The access is on the lateral side of the building, through a deep garden, that ends with a misterious abandoned house. This courtyard is a buffer between the public space of the street and the semi-public entrance veranda. • The entrance is marked by an ample veranda, retracted from the facade and opened towards the lateral courtyard. What separates us from the interior is a generous glass wall, in a bold green metallic framery, divided in vertical modules. • The entrance hallway stands out through generous proportions of the space, choice of materials and the abundance of natural light. The two pack of stairs mark the transition to a more private space: on the left there is one of the groundfloor apartment and on the right is the access to the other apartment and also the staircase to the first floor. • Notice the diversity when it comes to the color palette and textures of the finishes: the floor is covered in square tiles of delicate beige marble, the walls are finished with a rough textured plaster, also in a light beige, and the ceiling is white, with round soffits. • The horizontal register of dark green marble streches along the entire hallway, setting a certain proportion visually of the entire space. - 1 month ago

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Despite the black and white palette, on the upper floors the architect approached a more colorful alternative when it comes to floors: small pastel mosaic pieces. •
The hallway of distribution on each floor has modest proportions and offers access to two apartments. The downside of this space comes to the lack of natural light and ventilation.

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Despite the black and white palette, on the upper floors the architect approached a more colorful alternative when it comes to floors: small pastel mosaic pieces. • The hallway of distribution on each floor has modest proportions and offers access to two apartments. The downside of this space comes to the lack of natural light and ventilation. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #modernistbuilding #modernism #marcelmaller #armeneasca - 1 month ago

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The low ceiling of the pocket space gives a strange feeling when approaching the entryway, but as you get closer to the glass and take a look inside you will notice the change in scenario. •
You enter on a small platform and then a tall pack of stairs get you on a lower level, the main hallway. This trick was used probably in the context of a height restriction in the reglementations at the time. The floor is covered in black and white mosaic squares, everything is symmetric and positioned along the main axis of composition, but the staircase has a sinuous silhouette wrapped along the green elevator. The idea of a black stripe continues inside, with different proportions on the marble finished walls.

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The low ceiling of the pocket space gives a strange feeling when approaching the entryway, but as you get closer to the glass and take a look inside you will notice the change in scenario. • You enter on a small platform and then a tall pack of stairs get you on a lower level, the main hallway. This trick was used probably in the context of a height restriction in the reglementations at the time. The floor is covered in black and white mosaic squares, everything is symmetric and positioned along the main axis of composition, but the staircase has a sinuous silhouette wrapped along the green elevator. The idea of a black stripe continues inside, with different proportions on the marble finished walls. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #modernistbuilding #modernism #marcelmaller #armeneasca - 1 month ago

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Next stop is in the heart of the Armenian district, more precisely Armeneasca street 16. The tall building marking the corner of the street is designed by architect Marcel Maller (1896-1978) and it is also known as I. Klepper building. Fact: Marcel Maller was part of a generation of architects who played a major role in defining and implementing the modern architecture in Romania.
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The first register of the facade is a horizontal  black stripe, directing the visitor towards the entrance. Taking into account the narrow sidewalk, it was mandatory for the entrance to be retracted from the facade, in order to create the very known pocket space, as a buffer on your way going inside. 
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Next stop is in the heart of the Armenian district, more precisely Armeneasca street 16. The tall building marking the corner of the street is designed by architect Marcel Maller (1896-1978) and it is also known as I. Klepper building. Fact: Marcel Maller was part of a generation of architects who played a major role in defining and implementing the modern architecture in Romania. • The first register of the facade is a horizontal black stripe, directing the visitor towards the entrance. Taking into account the narrow sidewalk, it was mandatory for the entrance to be retracted from the facade, in order to create the very known pocket space, as a buffer on your way going inside. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #modernistbuilding #modernism #marcelmaller #armeneasca - 1 month ago

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Back in the day, this building was reserved for some of the highest in rank members of the political parties. That explains the obssessive attention to detail and quality of materials used within the blockhouse. Not to mention the scale of the spaces inside (see the hallway as big as one bedroom apartment).
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The position of the staircase within the layout divides the hallway space in 2 areas: one zone with access to the apartments, with generous proportions and the other one closer to the facade, reserved for plants and other belongings of the residents that crave for sun all day.

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#staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #garden #modernistbuilding #modernism #leongarcia #kiseleff

Back in the day, this building was reserved for some of the highest in rank members of the political parties. That explains the obssessive attention to detail and quality of materials used within the blockhouse. Not to mention the scale of the spaces inside (see the hallway as big as one bedroom apartment). • The position of the staircase within the layout divides the hallway space in 2 areas: one zone with access to the apartments, with generous proportions and the other one closer to the facade, reserved for plants and other belongings of the residents that crave for sun all day. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #garden #modernistbuilding #modernism #leongarcia #kiseleff - 2 months ago

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• The red and white marble lines on the floor direct you to the main hallway. When you enter this space, the perspective is spectacular. Even if you enter under the staircase, you get a glimpse of the structural beauty inside. Notice the generous proportions of this distribution hallway and abundance of light.
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The staircase gives the impression of a floating silhouette from floor to floor, wrapped in a vertical structure, that follows the ascendent line of the staircase. 
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• The red and white marble lines on the floor direct you to the main hallway. When you enter this space, the perspective is spectacular. Even if you enter under the staircase, you get a glimpse of the structural beauty inside. Notice the generous proportions of this distribution hallway and abundance of light. • The staircase gives the impression of a floating silhouette from floor to floor, wrapped in a vertical structure, that follows the ascendent line of the staircase. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #garden #modernistbuilding #modernism #leongarcia #kiseleff - 2 months ago

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Hidden behind luxuriant tall vegetation, on Pavel Kiseleff street 20, rises a modernist semi-collective blockhouse, designed by architect Leon Garcia and finished in 1965.
This neighborhood that stretches along Kiseleff is known for a one of a kind land allotment, characterised by a rarefied urban fabric and a great percent of green spaces in relation with the buildings. •
From the pedestrian alley to the actual entrance of the blockhouse, the visitor has to walk through a series of green “filters” in order to approach a visibly more private space, which is the reception courtyard/garden.
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Just by looking at the facade you can tell how generous the proportions of the space are inside. Notice some of the modernist elements: the horizontal registers of the facade, the onesty of the structure and clear volume composition along with the elevated groundfloor that gives the impression of floating above the terrain.

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Hidden behind luxuriant tall vegetation, on Pavel Kiseleff street 20, rises a modernist semi-collective blockhouse, designed by architect Leon Garcia and finished in 1965. This neighborhood that stretches along Kiseleff is known for a one of a kind land allotment, characterised by a rarefied urban fabric and a great percent of green spaces in relation with the buildings. • From the pedestrian alley to the actual entrance of the blockhouse, the visitor has to walk through a series of green “filters” in order to approach a visibly more private space, which is the reception courtyard/garden. • Just by looking at the facade you can tell how generous the proportions of the space are inside. Notice some of the modernist elements: the horizontal registers of the facade, the onesty of the structure and clear volume composition along with the elevated groundfloor that gives the impression of floating above the terrain. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #garden #modernistbuilding #modernism #leongarcia #kiseleff - 2 months ago

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The semi-collective housing typology in this case consists in a small number of apartments per floor, which provides a certain level of privacy, but with communal access to the apartments from the main staircase. •
Even if the proportions of the hallways are not the most generous, people living here still found a way to leave a personal mark in the immediate space to their apartment. The result is an abundance of greenery ocupying every free corner.

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#staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #artdeco #jean monda #emilprager #bulevarduldacia

The semi-collective housing typology in this case consists in a small number of apartments per floor, which provides a certain level of privacy, but with communal access to the apartments from the main staircase. • Even if the proportions of the hallways are not the most generous, people living here still found a way to leave a personal mark in the immediate space to their apartment. The result is an abundance of greenery ocupying every free corner. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #artdeco #jean monda #emilprager #bulevarduldacia - 2 months ago

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The transition from the courtyard to the hallway of distribution is abrupt, with a modest space left behind the entrance door. It is a pleasant surprise to discover the colorful approach when it comes to the wall finishes along the staircase. The constant presence of plants all over the distribution hallway and staircase go hand in hand with the green ceramic tiles on the walls. •
The natural light coming in from the massive vertical window creates a warm atmosphere inside. Notice the change of wall finishes from the ceramic tiles to a 3d plaster finish, in the same bold green used on the groundfloor.

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The transition from the courtyard to the hallway of distribution is abrupt, with a modest space left behind the entrance door. It is a pleasant surprise to discover the colorful approach when it comes to the wall finishes along the staircase. The constant presence of plants all over the distribution hallway and staircase go hand in hand with the green ceramic tiles on the walls. • The natural light coming in from the massive vertical window creates a warm atmosphere inside. Notice the change of wall finishes from the ceramic tiles to a 3d plaster finish, in the same bold green used on the groundfloor. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #artdeco #jean monda #emilprager #bulevarduldacia - 2 months ago

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The three-building ensemble located on Dacia boulevard 61 was built in 1935 by architect Jean Monda for Emil Prager, one of the most famous construction engineers from the interwar period.
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The ensemble stands out through symmetry and axiality of composition, human scale of the buildings and also the bold gesture of the monumental portal, marking the transition from the public sidewalk to the semi-public central courtyard. •
The central entryway is emphasized with multiple offseted frames, in order to create depth and the illusion of a generous entrance. The Art Deco influences can be observed on the design of the entrance door and the delicate details on the facade.

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The three-building ensemble located on Dacia boulevard 61 was built in 1935 by architect Jean Monda for Emil Prager, one of the most famous construction engineers from the interwar period. • The ensemble stands out through symmetry and axiality of composition, human scale of the buildings and also the bold gesture of the monumental portal, marking the transition from the public sidewalk to the semi-public central courtyard. • The central entryway is emphasized with multiple offseted frames, in order to create depth and the illusion of a generous entrance. The Art Deco influences can be observed on the design of the entrance door and the delicate details on the facade. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #artdeco #jeanmonda #emilprager #bulevarduldacia - 2 months ago

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Each floor hosts two generously proportioned apartments, with double orientation. Most of the finishes are the original ones, as well as the elevator wrapped in the detailed metallic structure. •
Notice the design of the apartment door, mostly the use of such a great surface of glass for a private limitation of property. I bet most of us wouldn’t be comfortable with that kind of transparency towards a semi-private space.

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Each floor hosts two generously proportioned apartments, with double orientation. Most of the finishes are the original ones, as well as the elevator wrapped in the detailed metallic structure. • Notice the design of the apartment door, mostly the use of such a great surface of glass for a private limitation of property. I bet most of us wouldn’t be comfortable with that kind of transparency towards a semi-private space. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #modernism #modernistarchitecture #artdeco #neoromanian #neoromanianarchitecture #arghirculina - 2 months ago

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The first hallway is a well proportioned space, almost a perfect replica of the exterior porch, with the same entrance door and relatively less details. Notice the insane amount of detail when it comes to the colorful mosaic floor. The lack of natural light makes it hard to acknowledge the whole potential of this space. •
Behind the second set of doors, the center of attention is the elegant staircase, unfolding in a rather small hallway of distribution. The ascending direction is marked on the walls by a linear floral strap, wrapped continuosly. 
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The first hallway is a well proportioned space, almost a perfect replica of the exterior porch, with the same entrance door and relatively less details. Notice the insane amount of detail when it comes to the colorful mosaic floor. The lack of natural light makes it hard to acknowledge the whole potential of this space. • Behind the second set of doors, the center of attention is the elegant staircase, unfolding in a rather small hallway of distribution. The ascending direction is marked on the walls by a linear floral strap, wrapped continuosly. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #modernism #modernistarchitecture #artdeco #neoromanian #neoromanianstyle #arghirculina - 2 months ago

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We are starting the new year with an exquisite model of Art Deco architecture with neoromanian influences. Located on Hristo Botev 3 street, the 7 storey building was built by aromanian architect Arghir Culina, between 1923-1928. •
The entrance is marked by a beautifuly ornamented portal, guarded by two sets of columns and a pack of stairs positioned in the center. Considering the commercial groundfloor, the entrance had to be retracted from the facade and protected by a buffer space as a semi-public area.
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Notice the neoromanian influences when it comes to the detailing of the columns, along with the wooden carved doors and the floral detailing on the facade. The use of marble in rich colours in this exterior space of the entrance speaks for level of attention to details as well as materials used inside the building.

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We are starting the new year with an exquisite model of Art Deco architecture with neoromanian influences. Located on Hristo Botev 3 street, the 7 storey building was built by aromanian architect Arghir Culina, between 1923-1928. • The entrance is marked by a beautifuly ornamented portal, guarded by two sets of columns and a pack of stairs positioned in the center. Considering the commercial groundfloor, the entrance had to be retracted from the facade and protected by a buffer space as a semi-public area. • Notice the neoromanian influences when it comes to the detailing of the columns, along with the wooden carved doors and the floral detailing on the facade. The use of marble in rich colours in this exterior space of the entrance speaks for level of attention to details as well as materials used inside the building. #entrywaysofbucharest #entryways #bucharest #journal #entrance #citigram #experiencebucharest #bucharestarchitecture # #staircases #hallways #architecture #entrance #documentingarchitecture #documentingspace #documentinghousing #inbetweenspaces #semipublic #semiprivate #architectureinside #apartmentdoor #blackandwhite #modernism #modernistarchitecture #artdeco #neoromanian - 2 months ago

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