Thursday, 12 August 2010

Moderne

Marie Curie high school, the doorway of which I showed you yesterday, is strikingly modern.
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Je vous ai montré l'entrée hier, je trouve que le lycée Marie Curie a une architecture moderne qui contraste sérieusement avec la plupart des autres bâtiments de l'avenue de Paris.

15 comments:

Sharon said...

Wow, that is a modern building. I couldn't tell it from yesterday's post.

bfarr said...

Interesting architecture.

Jacob said...

I thought it would be of modern vintage considering the doorway, but I still think you ought to go back to school and take some inside photos? Maybe?

Olivier said...

en effet une architecture moderne assez speciale, ressemble pas vraiment a un lycée.

Woody said...

I stand corrected. I was sure it was a modern foyer added to an existing building. It's funky!

Louis la Vache said...

As Olivier wrote, it doesn't resemble what we would typically think of as a school.

«Louis» generally doesn't like modern architecture, but this looks interesting.

T. Becque said...

That's a cool building for a high school! I wish we could get that inventive here, ours look like prisons (and not pretty like your prisons either :).

Malyss said...

Je persiste et signe: ça me ficherait un GROS bourdon d'étudier la-dedans!

VP said...

I like this part of the building much more of the one you showed us yesterday.

B SQUARED said...

Quite the contrast in styles.

Cezar and Léia said...

I LOVE this kind of contrast and in your picture I found great reflection as well! Well done!
Léia

Small City Scenes said...

I like this view better than yesterdays---in fact they don't look like they belong together.


BTW: You won't be able to do all you want in just one day!! LOL MB

Halcyon said...

I like this view better than yesterday's. Looks nothing like the HS I went to!

veredit said...

Ein wirklich faszinierende Architektur und der gewählte Ausschnitt unterstreicht die surreale Wirkung.

Liebe Grüße
isabella

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Love the photo as well as the commentary. "Strikingly modern," indeed!